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I have a 12" powerbook that boots but the display does not work. I recently bought the dc-in board from you and replaced it and I think that I pulled the display connector from the logic board when I was trying to remove it in one of the steps to get to the dc part. I do not want to put any more money into this computer since I think it would require a new logic board to fix what I broke. Are you interested in buying this laptop (minus the hard drive) for parts

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I could fix it since I definitely believe I damaged the display connector on the logic board but replacing the logic board would be another almost $300 cost and I could put that money toward a newer machine. The other parts could bring some money if I sell it for parts so that is why I asked if iFixit wanted it for parts.


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iFixit's "Sell Your Mac" page is at:

It allows you to enter information about your machine and submit a quote request.

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I don't think they purchase non-working machines but they can ask. A better shot may be to sell it on ebay as a parts and repair only machine with NO warranty. +


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Why not try to fix it? Did you check it out first to see what damage if any was caused? No, I am not interested in buying it ;) Good luck

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