Released June 2009 / 2.66, 2.8, or 3.06 GHz Core 2 Duo Processor

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Where are the power pads?

Any chance you can upload the picture again? I need to jump start because seems like the power button is broken. Thanks.

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Not sure is the same motherboard. I have a a1286 model, it's actually a mid 2009 MCP. here's the pic of the logic board.

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I'm not sure if the image uploaded successfully on iFixit, but found your email and want to make sure you get it.

My assumption is that based on my picture, once I remove the Keyboard ribbon I would count 5, from TOP down on my PIC and short with ground on the logic board.

Let me know if this accurate, I hope this will turn it back on, if it does, all I need to do is buy the keyboard as this is the one that powers on the laptop.

Thanks,

Audel

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This did the trick for me, I was able to power on the Macbook. Now I will only need to order the keyboard as this is not working properly and also holds the power button.

Thanks Oldturkey!!!!

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A B the only thing I find in that service manual is this "-If no power, use conductive tool to short pin 5 of keyboard connector with ground on logic board as seen on image to the left. (Make sure you don’t touch any other pins on the connector.)"

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