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In my experience, issues like this that "evolve" are frequently moisture related. I would check the liquid damage indicator stickers, pull the logic board and examine very closely for signs of corrosion. If there are '''any''' signs of corrosion, clean the logic board with isopropyl alcohol and a toothbrushtoothbrush, then reassemble.
In my experience, issues like this that "evolve" are frequently moisture related. I would check the liquid damage indicator stickers, pull the logic board and examine very closely for signs of corrosion. If there are '''any''' signs of corrosion, clean the logic board with isopropyl alcohol and a toothbrushtoothbrush, then reassemble.

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In my experience, issues like this that "evolve" are frequently moisture related. I would check the liquid damage indicator stickers, pull the logic board and examine very closely for signs of corrosion. If there are !any!'''any''' signs of corrosion, clean the logic board with isopropyl alcohol and a toothbrush.
In my experience, issues like this that "evolve" are frequently moisture related. I would check the liquid damage indicator stickers, pull the logic board and examine very closely for signs of corrosion. If there are !any!'''any''' signs of corrosion, clean the logic board with isopropyl alcohol and a toothbrush.

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In my experience, issues like this that "evolve" are frequently moisture related. I would check the liquid damage indicator stickers, pull the logic board and examine very closely for signs of corrosion. If there are !any! signs of corrosion, clean the logic board with isopropyl alcohol and a toothbrush.

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