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    Good parts source, other than ifixit?
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    Good parts source, other than ifixit?
    They're out of logic boards... and my wifes laptop evidently had some water intrusion evidence when apple care tore it apart today..

    or... maybe I just wait to find an ebay busted laptop
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    Good parts source, other than ifixit?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dysfunction View Post
    They're out of logic boards... and my wifes laptop evidently had some water intrusion evidence when apple care tore it apart today..

    or... maybe I just wait to find an ebay busted laptop
    Did you try contacting "ifixit" to see when they will be getting more of the logic board you need?

    I'm not sure how they source their logic boards...but maybe you'll get lucky, if they happen to be getting in more soon.

    Just a thought if you haven't already tried it,

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    Good parts source, other than ifixit?
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    yea, thinking about it some more I'm not in a huge hurry.. because of homework etc I've already replaced the macbook with a new one.. so repairs can now simply wait. I'm not really feeling like providing my 17yr old with another laptop
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    Good parts source, other than ifixit?
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    They're out of logic boards... and my wifes laptop evidently had some water intrusion evidence when apple care tore it apart today..
    Try here.

    Regards.

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    Good parts source, other than ifixit?
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    Awesome, thanks for the secondary source!
    mike
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    Thanks for the link.

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