It's called kapton tape

I've been looking all over for this tape, including ebay, but all I'm finding is a shiny metal tape used in electronic repairs such as railroad cars or radios.

Am I spelling this wrong or doing an improper search?

When I do find the right tape and should I use it just on the cables that connect to the logic board?

Thank you in advance. MackDog

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Thanks Mayer, is there anything you don't know about powerbooks? Do you ever get bored reading and responding to our goofy questions?

I'm sure it must be a real drag at times! Just KNOW that I, as I'm sure all others do, truly appreciate it!

Just one more quick question from my query above.

"When I do find the right tape should I use it just on the cables that connect to the logic board?"

Thanks!! MackkDog

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The tape will take up to 500 degrees F. Use it on anything you want to hold down. Thank you so much for the compliment. Yes, I get testy at times with really poorly asked questions. The site has also done a lot for me. My diagnostics skills have greatly improved and my web searching abilities are much better than they were a year ago. What better way to spend my time than in helping others?

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