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Original post by: Bayly ,


I'm currently dealing with this at one of my stores and it isn't the first time I've seen it, I'm not sure what part shorts to cause the problem, but I can for sure tell you what the problem more than likely is, and that is one or multiple fuses near your wifi connector have blown. To get the WiFi working they will need to be replaced, the more important thing to track down is what caused the fuses to short in the first place.

Just to clarify, this is a technician error somewhere along the repairing the LCD. Like I said I'm actually staring at the screen right now one of my techs repaired trying to find what would cause the logicboard fuse to pop.