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Try to remove the battery, plug the charger and boot t he machine. If your problem is battery related the macbook should run ok. If the problem persist there’s probably an intermittent issue with a logic board component. The good news is that you can buy a used working motherbard for the A1342 for pretty cheap on ebay. If you have the 2,26 ghz version of the logic board buy the 2.4 ghz version fully compatible with your machine. Good luck :-)
Try to remove the battery, plug the charger and boot t he machine. If your problem is battery related the macbook should run ok. If the problem persist there’s probably an intermittent issue with a logic board component. The good news is that you can buy a used working motherbard for the A1342 for pretty cheap on ebay. If you have the 2,26 ghz version of the logic board buy the 2.4 ghz version fully compatible with your machine. Good luck :-)

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Original post by: lemerise ,

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Try to remove the battery, plug the charger and boot t he machine. If your problem is battery related the macbook should run ok. If the problem persist there’s probably an intermittent with a logic board component. The good news is that you can buy a used working motherbard for the A1342 for pretty cheap on ebay. If you have the 2,26 ghz version of the logic board buy the 2.4 ghz version fully compatible with your machine. Good luck  :-)

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