MacBook retina mid 2014 temperature sensor broken
I have a problem with a temperature sensor (i don't remember which one, for sure no battery neither ssd), diagnosed by an Official Apple Center, which causes an automatically shout down of the computer and the solution is change the logic board for 700€. Can be a way to temporary solve the problem by using a software? Perhaps excluding that particular sensor? The issue I'm noticing occurs when temperature increases over 50C°/60C°. I'm now trying TG pro in order to increase fans speed to keep the temperatures below.
Ah an extra thing, the problem started two weeks after the retina display substitution due to stain gate. The intervention has been done by the same center that diagnosed the sensor problem but i don't know if the things are related (and in any case i don't know how to prove it)
@mayer thanks a lot!
Well the technician said to try the computer because he toredown and reassembled it and also replaced the thermal past (mentioned the heat sink and cpu thermal paste). Looking at the invoice says temperature sensor "POWER ADAPTER". Ok I also add the TGPro screenshot, this has been taken immediately when I turned on the computer and I'll call italian apple support. Anyway as i wrote in the first post can display replacement cause problems? (or maybe by the technician because now I'm having some doubts because he didn't mentioned the Flat Rate repair)
Is this a good question?