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-Let's make sure were the failure is. Disconnect the battery first as we only want the MagSafe to power the system. Then see if the power pads allow you to start the system. short across these two pads for a moment then disconnect the MagSafe to turn the system off. Try this a few times does it work each time without fail? If so lets now start the system up again and this time using the power pads hold the connection a bit longer the system should shut down. Did that work?
+Let's make sure were the failure is. Disconnect the battery first as we only want the MagSafe to power the system.
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+Then see if the power pads allow you to start the system. short across these two pads for a moment then disconnect the MagSafe to turn the system off. Try this a few times does it work each time without fail? If so lets now start the system up again and this time using the power pads hold the connection a bit longer the system should shut down. Did that work?
If it did we know the issue is within the uppercase, not the logic board.

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-Let's make sure were the failure is. Disconnect the battery first as we only want the MagSafe to power the system. Then see if the power pads allow you to start the system. short across these two pads for a moment then disconnect the MagSafe to turn the system off. Try this a few times does it work each time without fail? If so lets now start the system up again and this time using the power pads hold the connection a bit longer the system should shutdown. Did that work?
+Let's make sure were the failure is. Disconnect the battery first as we only want the MagSafe to power the system. Then see if the power pads allow you to start the system. short across these two pads for a moment then disconnect the MagSafe to turn the system off. Try this a few times does it work each time without fail? If so lets now start the system up again and this time using the power pads hold the connection a bit longer the system should shut down. Did that work?
If it did we know the issue is within the uppercase, not the logic board.

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-Let's make sure were the failure is. Disconnect the battery first as we only want the MagSafe to power the system. Then see if the power pads allow you to start the system. short across these two pads for a moment then disconnect the MagSafe to turn the system off. Try this a few times does it work each time without fail? If so lets now start the system up again and this time using the power pads hold the copnnection a bit longer the system should shutdown. Did that work?
+Let's make sure were the failure is. Disconnect the battery first as we only want the MagSafe to power the system. Then see if the power pads allow you to start the system. short across these two pads for a moment then disconnect the MagSafe to turn the system off. Try this a few times does it work each time without fail? If so lets now start the system up again and this time using the power pads hold the connection a bit longer the system should shutdown. Did that work?
-If it did we know the issue is within the uppercase not the logic board.
+If it did we know the issue is within the uppercase, not the logic board.

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Let's make sure were the failure is. Disconnect the battery first as we only want the MagSafe to power the system. Then see if the power pads allow you to start the system. short across these two pads for a moment then disconnect the MagSafe to turn the system off. Try this a few times does it work each time without fail? If so lets now start the system up again and this time using the power pads hold the copnnection a bit longer the system should shutdown. Did that work?

If it did we know the issue is within the uppercase not the logic board.

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open