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Current version by: Will Huang ,

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Sounds like a logic board fault. Not much you can do besides replacing the whole logic board. You might have some luck with ghetto methods such as leaving it on and overheating it on purpose by turning it on and leaving it under some blankets (if it turns on, but refuses to boot i.e fans still run, MagSafe turns on). Otherwise, you might mebe outta luck.

EDIT: Realised you said nothing turns on, seems like a power issue with the logic board.
Sounds like a logic board fault. Not much you can do besides replacing the whole logic board. You might have some luck with ghetto methods such as leaving it on and overheating it on purpose by turning it on and leaving it under some blankets (if it turns on, but refuses to boot i.e fans still run, MagSafe turns on). Otherwise, you might mebe outta luck.

EDIT: Realised you said nothing turns on, seems like a power issue with the logic board.

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Original post by: Will Huang ,

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Sounds like a logic board fault. Not much you can do besides replacing the whole logic board. You might have some luck with ghetto methods such as leaving it on and overheating it on purpose by turning it on and leaving it under some blankets (if it turns on, but refuses to boot i.e fans still run, MagSafe turns on). Otherwise, you might me outta luck.

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