I used Mac Pro and was happy until the day in last March when it did not turn on. Within next three months two Apple authorized service companies summarized the failure of, attention, the logic board. (“Would you be so kind to pay 800 dollars plus labor”). When I brought it back home I just connected my Mac to power grid and pushed the power button – and it was starting to boot. Unfortunately that was the last case when it gave signs of life. A friend of mine who is familiar with computers said that it would never be switched on in case of logic board failure. So I checked many forums and found that “the logic board failure” is very “popular” verdict among Apple technicians. I disassembled Mac by myself, checked all electric connections (I graduated as radio engineer) and it seems to me that most likely it’s power button breakage (around 50 dollars). So, I ordered the power button repair kit on ebay and it’s on the way to me. Therefore in your case – “your MacBook is going death” because of logic board … well, I’m pessimistic . As for iMac – I think it would be good investment but with the same risk of “logic board failure”.
sJey saidsJey – Please see previous comment from permian. This was from 9 months ago. Can a mod lock this down? Please and thank you!
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I’m sorry – here in Russia we don’t change time. So, I got lost…)))