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In my opinion it should have been included in both the class action law suit and ensuing
 
'''MacBook[https://www.apple.com/support/macbookpro-videoissues/|MacBook Pro Repair Extension Program for Video Issues'''

https://www.apple.com/support/macbookpro-videoissues/
Issues]
'''MacBook[https://www.apple.com/support/macbookpro-videoissues/|MacBook Pro Repair Extension Program for Video Issues'''

https://www.apple.com/support/macbookpro-videoissues/
Issues]
 
I wouldn't take it to Apple for the repair as the problem was theirs in the first place but they were so unethical as to not admit it or fix it. Of course they say they know exactly what it is. Why would you trust these guys with doing the repair? They don't plan to fix it but sell you a new logic board and the labor and charge you through the nose for it. That'll fix it even if it is just a $1.00 fuse and they don't have to even think to do it. And your warranty? 60 days. What a peachy deal! Then in2018 they're going to tell you its a "legacy machine" and they aren't allowed to even work on it.
 
First let's not trust what Apple told you as far as what's wrong with it. Did you get it writing? Did they charge you for the diagnostic? What exactly did they say failed and why did it fail?
 
Let's do our own diagnostic. Please tell us what is happening with it.
 
UPDATE
 
It's Apple Part # 661-6491
 
Here's how to install it:
https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/MacBook+Pro+15-Inch+Unibody+Mid+2012+Logic+Board+Replacement/10766
[guide|10766]
https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/MacBook+Pro+15-Inch+Unibody+Mid+2012+Logic+Board+Replacement/10766
[guide|10766]
The problem is that because of supply and demand (so many failures of their board) they are in short supply.
 
I'll do some research on this today to see if I can find a competent company that will do a repair on this board and replacement of the chip. This best person to look at will be Louis Rossman. I'll get back to you.

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In my opinion it should have been included in both the class action law suit and ensuing
 
'''MacBook Pro Repair Extension Program for Video Issues'''
 
https://www.apple.com/support/macbookpro-videoissues/
 
I wouldn't take it to Apple for the repair as the problem was theirs in the first place but they were so unethical as to not admit it or fix it. Of course they say they know exactly what it is. Why would you trust these guys with doing the repair? They don't plan to fix it but sell you a new logic board and the labor and charge you through the nose for it. That'll fix it even if it is just a $1.00 fuse and they don't have to even think to do it. And your warranty? 60 days. What a peachy deal! Then in2018 they're going to tell you its a "legacy machine" and they aren't allowed to even work on it.
 
First let's not trust what Apple told you as far as what's wrong with it. Did you get it writing? Did they charge you for the diagnostic? What exactly did they say failed and why did it fail?
 
Let's do our own diagnostic. Please tell us what is happening with it.
 
UPDATE
 
It's Apple Part # 661-6491
Here's how to install it:
https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/MacBook+Pro+15-Inch+Unibody+Mid+2012+Logic+Board+Replacement/10766
The problem is that because of supply and demand (so many failures of their board) they are in short supply.
I'll do some research on this today to see if I can find a competent company that will do a repair on this board and replacement of the chip. This best person to look at will be Louis Rossman. I'll get back to you.

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Editado por: mayer ,

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In my opinion it should have been included in both the class action law suit and ensuing
 
'''MacBook Pro Repair Extension Program for Video Issues'''
 
https://www.apple.com/support/macbookpro-videoissues/
 
I wouldn't take it to Apple for the repair as the problem was theirs in the first place but they were so unethical as to not admit it or fix it. Of course they say they know exactly what it is. Why would you trust these guys with doing the repair? They don't plan to fix it but sell you a new logic board and the labor and charge you through the nose for it. That'll fix it even if it is just a $1.00 fuse and they don't have to even think to do it. And your warranty? 60 days. What a peachy deal! Then in2018 they're going to tell you its a "legacy machine" and they aren't allowed to even work on it.
 
First let's not trust what Apple told you as far as what's wrong with it. Did you get it writing? Did they charge you for the diagnostic? What exactly did they say failed and why did it fail?
 
Let's do our own diagnostic. Please tell us what is happening with it.
 
UPDATE
It's Apple Part # 661-6491

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In my opinion it should have been included in both the class action law suit and ensuing
 
'''MacBook Pro Repair Extension Program for Video Issues'''
 
https://www.apple.com/support/macbookpro-videoissues/
 
I wouldn't take it to Apple for the repair as the problem was theirs in the first place but they were so unethical as to not admit it or fix it. Of course they say they know exactly what it is. Why would you trust these guys with doing the repair? They don't plan to fix it but sell you a new logic board and the labor and charge you through the nose for it. That'll fix it even if it is just a $1.00 fuse and they don't have to even think to do it. And your warranty? 60 days. What a peachy deal! Then in2018 they're going to tell you its a "legacy machine" and they aren't allowed to even work on it.
 
First let's not trust what Apple told you as far as what's wrong with it. Did you get it writing? Did they charge you for the diagnostic? What exactly did they say failed and why did it fail?
First let's not trust what Apple told you as far as what's wrong with it. Did you get it writing? Did they charge you for the diagnostic? What exactly did they say failed and why did it fail?
 
Let's do our own diagnostic. Please tell us what is happening with it.

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Editado por: mayer ,

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In my opinion it should have been included in both the class action law suit and ensuing
 
MacBook'''MacBook Pro Repair Extension Program for Video IssuesIssues'''
MacBook'''MacBook Pro Repair Extension Program for Video IssuesIssues'''
 
https://www.apple.com/support/macbookpro-videoissues/
 
I wouldn't take it to Apple for the repair as the problem was theirs in the first place but they were so unethical as to not admit it or fix it. Of course they say they know exactly what it is. Why would you trust these guys with doing the repair? They don't plan to fix it but sell you a new logic board and the labor and charge you through the nose for it.
That'll
That'll fix it even if it is just a $1.00 fuse and they don't have to even think to do it. And your warranty? 60 days. What a peachy deal! Then in2018 they're going to tell you its a "legacy machine" and they aren't allowed to even work on it.
I wouldn't take it to Apple for the repair as the problem was theirs in the first place but they were so unethical as to not admit it or fix it. Of course they say they know exactly what it is. Why would you trust these guys with doing the repair? They don't plan to fix it but sell you a new logic board and the labor and charge you through the nose for it.
That'll
That'll fix it even if it is just a $1.00 fuse and they don't have to even think to do it. And your warranty? 60 days. What a peachy deal! Then in2018 they're going to tell you its a "legacy machine" and they aren't allowed to even work on it.
 
First let's not trust what Apple told you as far as what's wrong with it.
 
Let's do our own diagnostic. Please tell us what is happening with it.

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Editado por: mayer ,

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In my opinion it should have been included in both the class action law suit and ensuing
 
MacBook Pro Repair Extension Program for Video Issues
 
https://www.apple.com/support/macbookpro-videoissues/
 
I wouldn't take it to Apple for the repair as the problem was theirs in the first place but they were so unethical as to not admit it or fix it. Of course they say they know exactexactly what it is. Why would you trust these guys with doing the repair? They don't plan to fix it but sell you a new logic board and the labor and charge you through the nose for it.
That'll fix it even if it is just a $1.00 fuse and they don't have to even think to do it. And your warranty? 60 days. What a peachy deal!
I wouldn't take it to Apple for the repair as the problem was theirs in the first place but they were so unethical as to not admit it or fix it. Of course they say they know exactexactly what it is. Why would you trust these guys with doing the repair? They don't plan to fix it but sell you a new logic board and the labor and charge you through the nose for it.
That'll fix it even if it is just a $1.00 fuse and they don't have to even think to do it. And your warranty? 60 days. What a peachy deal!
 
First let's not trust what Apple told you as far as what's wrong with it.
 
Let's do our own diagnostic. Please tell us what is happening with it.

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Editado por: mayer ,

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In my opinion it should have been included in both the class action law suit and ensuing
 
MacBook Pro Repair Extension Program for Video Issues
 
https://www.apple.com/support/macbookpro-videoissues/
 
I wouldn't take it to Apple for the repair as the problem was theirs in the first place but they were so unethical as to not admit it or fix it. Of course they know exact what it is. Why would you trust these guys with doing the repair?
Got to go for a bit, will be back to complete answer after some research,
First let's not trust what Apple told you as far as what's wrong with it.
Let's do our own diagnostic. Please tell us what is happening with it.
Got to go for a bit, will be back to complete answer after some research,
First let's not trust what Apple told you as far as what's wrong with it.
Let's do our own diagnostic. Please tell us what is happening with it.

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Editado por: mayer ,

Texto:

In my opinion it should have been included in both the class action law suit and ensuing
 
MacBook Pro Repair Extension Program for Video Issues
 
https://www.apple.com/support/macbookpro-videoissues/
 
I wouldn't take it to Apple for the repair as the problem was theirs in the first place but they were so unethical as to not admit it or fix it. Of course they know exact what it is. Why would you trust these guys with doing the repair?
Got to go for a bit, will be back to complete answer after some research,

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In my opinion it should have been included in both the class action law suit and ensuing

MacBook Pro Repair Extension Program for Video Issues

https://www.apple.com/support/macbookpro-videoissues/

I wouldn't take it to Apple for the repair as the problem was theirs in the first place but they were so unethical as to not admit it or fix it.  Of course they know exact what it is.  Why would you trust these guys with doing the repair?

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