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John, the reed switch board on the 12" 1.33 is glued to the top of the optical drive and the magnet is screwed in the display right side (center of the display bezel). Disconnect the reed switch cable connector located near the trackpad connector and boot the iBook. If the machine works normally then replace the reed switch board. If the iBook was liquid spilled then the logic board could also be the culprit.
 
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Editado por: lemerise ,

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John, the reed switch board on the 12" 1.33 is glued to the top of the optical drive and the magnet is screwed in the display right side (center of the display bezel). Disconnect the reed switch cable connector located near the trackpad connector and boot the iBook. If the machine works normally then replace the reed switch board. If the iBook was liquid spilled then the logic board could also be the culprit.
 
http://www.ifixit.com/iBook-Parts/iBook-G4-12-Inch-1-33-GHz-Reed-Switch-Board/IF183-049

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Postagem original de: lemerise ,

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John, the reed switch board on the 12" 1.33 is glued to the top of the optical drive and the magnet is screwed in the display right side (center of the display bezel). Disconnect the reed switch cable connector located near the trackpad connector and boot the iBook. If the machine works normally then replace the reed switch board. If the iBook was liquid spilled then the logic board could also be the culprit.

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