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  bd1308 (Profile)
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Posted: Thu Jul 13, 2006 6:24 pm
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I tried leaving them unplugged overnight and I even went as far as taking it all apart and reassembling it (correctly) and then leaving it unplugged (with PRAM batt unplugged too) overnight.

Still nothing.

It's Dead.

Sad

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  sierraredd (Profile)
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Posted: Fri Jul 14, 2006 10:43 am
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dpaanlka wrote:

Yeah... I'm not a huge fan of laptops anymore.


I have my moments with them too. But when they work, it's nice. When they don't a huge paper weight they become. Good luck.
  
  Cross (Profile)
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Posted: Mon Jul 17, 2006 1:09 am
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After a quick check, good someone posted recently lol.

Looks like I am not the only one who enjoys laptop tear downs.

Is it possible can I get pics of the Board of the 2400? I have been looking for a Mighty Cat one for year and I am just curious lol.

I have to say its one of the few Powerbooks I have not owned that i have wanted to own.

Either way def sad to hear a mac's death has come but if you don't mind someone playing with the dead parts just to see what I can do, I might like to. *shrugs* I am always doing something odd and strange :p
  
  bd1308 (Profile)
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Posted: Mon Jul 17, 2006 1:20 am
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well I havent touched it yet, and I have another full 2400c parts laptop to take the PMU from.

I hear there are fuses on the PMU that get blown out (from DuoList) and replacement usually sometimes gets a dead 2400c to boot up once again. It all started while I was screwing around with trying to get a external ADB 56k modem to work.

It didnt.

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