Mac Thread, DC IN board replacement in Technical; Just done a complete replacement of my DC IN board on my apple G4 powerbook 12"
Now working as it ...
9th May 2009, 02:29 AM #1
DC IN board replacement
Just done a complete replacement of my DC IN board on my apple G4 powerbook 12"
Now working as it was before except the power supply I have was from ebay and it does not have a green or orange light when charging or powering the laptop - where can I get a proper charger from or at least the end part so I can solder it onto the current supply I have ( the original ) ?
Also how would I cover that up or is that not possible ( Think I found a tutorial on it some time ago )
Still got one 4.5mm screw left over but I couldn't figure out where it went and nothing is rattling or causing any issues as far as I can tell as the heat sink is firmly seated on the cpu etc so not sure on that one lol.
Either way am chuffed with myself and is a nice accomplishment and saved myself a fair amount of money as well.
If I feel up to it and if I can figure out where that screw went then I might take it apart and put the screw back but other then that its working.
Am considering selling it for no more then £300 and would accept £200 as a minimum but would obviously have to charge P&P if anyone is interested pm me and can reply with more detailed specs.
12" G4 1.5 ghz powerbook with 512mb ram which is upgradable if a 1gb memory module is purchased which should be a lot cheaper now.
It has a 120 gb hard drive as replaced that as the other one was on its way out ( bad sectors etc )
I have the original box, discs etc and has a power supply that works fine with it ( correct wattage , voltage etc ).
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