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I recommend you consider taking the laptop toYou need a technichan by the name of Narfaltechnician who works at the Palo Alto Fry's Electronic's store. Narfal is bothnot only Apple certified, but has component level experience, his own reflow machine, and experienced fixingsubstantial component level experience. Apple doesn't fix anything. They just swap out the problem you describe. I had the exact same problem as youboards. And for the record the Macbook Pro has had serious problemsthey are mainly run by a bunch of project managers with its motherboards since at least 2008. The problem was most commonly with the AMD chipset, even though the chipset itself wasn't the problem. In many cases it was the lead free solder and its associated whisker effect. You may want to look up the class action suits against Apple online. Unfortunately those suing mistakenly cancelled the suit thinking Apple would fix their computer, and Apple merely offered them another defective logic board, usually resultingminimal or no background in failure as well.material science. However, I think Narfal quoted me $150-$180 to fixgive them credit for making one of the defect which involved changing the heat sink as well as other repairs. Don't send your laptop to Applebest screens out there.
I recommend you consider taking the laptop toYou need a technichan by the name of Narfaltechnician who works at the Palo Alto Fry's Electronic's store. Narfal is bothnot only Apple certified, but has component level experience, his own reflow machine, and experienced fixingsubstantial component level experience. Apple doesn't fix anything. They just swap out the problem you describe. I had the exact same problem as youboards. And for the record the Macbook Pro has had serious problemsthey are mainly run by a bunch of project managers with its motherboards since at least 2008. The problem was most commonly with the AMD chipset, even though the chipset itself wasn't the problem. In many cases it was the lead free solder and its associated whisker effect. You may want to look up the class action suits against Apple online. Unfortunately those suing mistakenly cancelled the suit thinking Apple would fix their computer, and Apple merely offered them another defective logic board, usually resultingminimal or no background in failure as well.material science. However, I think Narfal quoted me $150-$180 to fixgive them credit for making one of the defect which involved changing the heat sink as well as other repairs. Don't send your laptop to Applebest screens out there.
 
=== Update (05/19/2018) ===I recommend you consider taking the laptop to a technician by the name of Narfal who works at the Palo Alto Fry's Electronic's store. Narfal is both Apple certified, has component level experience, his own reflow machine, and experienced fixing the problem you describe.
=== Update (05/19/2018) ===I recommend you consider taking the laptop to a technician by the name of Narfal who works at the Palo Alto Fry's Electronic's store. Narfal is both Apple certified, has component level experience, his own reflow machine, and experienced fixing the problem you describe.
 
You need a technician who is not only Apple certified, but has his own reflow machine, and substantial component level experience. Apple doesn't fix anything. They just swap outI had the boardsexact same problem as you. And for the record they are mainly run by a bunch of project managersthe Macbook Pro has had serious problems with minimal or no background in material science. However, I giveits motherboards since at least 2008. The problem was most commonly with the AMD chipset, even though the chipset itself wasn't the problem. In many cases it was the lead free solder and its associated whisker effect.

You may want to look up the class action suits against Apple online. Unfortunately those suing mistakenly cancelled the suit thinking Apple would fix their computer, Apple merely offered
them credit for making one ofanother defective logic board, usually resulting in failure as well.

I think Narfal quoted me $150-$180 to fix the defect which involved changing
the best screens out there.heat sink as well as other repairs. Don't send your laptop to Apple!
You need a technician who is not only Apple certified, but has his own reflow machine, and substantial component level experience. Apple doesn't fix anything. They just swap outI had the boardsexact same problem as you. And for the record they are mainly run by a bunch of project managersthe Macbook Pro has had serious problems with minimal or no background in material science. However, I giveits motherboards since at least 2008. The problem was most commonly with the AMD chipset, even though the chipset itself wasn't the problem. In many cases it was the lead free solder and its associated whisker effect.

You may want to look up the class action suits against Apple online. Unfortunately those suing mistakenly cancelled the suit thinking Apple would fix their computer, Apple merely offered
them credit for making one ofanother defective logic board, usually resulting in failure as well.

I think Narfal quoted me $150-$180 to fix the defect which involved changing
the best screens out there.heat sink as well as other repairs. Don't send your laptop to Apple!

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I recommend you consider taking the laptop to a technichan by the name of Narfal who works at the Palo Alto Fry's Electronic's store. Narfal is both Apple certified, has component level experience, his own reflow machine, and experienced fixing the problem you describe. I had the exact same problem as you. And for the record the Macbook Pro has had serious problems with its motherboards since at least 2008. The problem was most commonly with the AMD chipset, even though the chipset itself wasn't the problem. In many cases it was the lead free solder and its associated whisker effect. You may want to look up the class action suits against Apple online. Unfortunately those suing mistakenly cancelled the suit thinking Apple would fix their computer, and Apple merely offered them another defective logic board, usually resulting in failure as well. I think Narfal quoted me $150-$180 to fix the defect which involved changing the heat sink as well as other repairs. Don't send your laptop to Apple
 
=== Update (05/19/2018) ===
 
You need a technician who is not only Apple certified, but has his own reflow machine, and substantial component level experience. Apple doesn't fix anything. They just swap out the boards. And for the record they are mainly run by a bunch of project managers with minimal or no background in material science. However, I give them credit for making one of the best screens out there.

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I recommend you consider taking the laptop to a technichan by the name of Narfal who works at the Palo Alto Fry's Electronic's store.  Narfal is both Apple certified, has component level experience, his own reflow machine, and experienced fixing the problem you describe.  I had the exact same problem as you.  And for the record the Macbook Pro has had serious problems with its motherboards since at least 2008.  The problem was most commonly with the AMD chipset, even though the chipset itself wasn't the problem.  In many cases it was the lead free solder and its associated whisker effect.  You may want to look up the class action suits against Apple online.  Unfortunately those suing mistakenly cancelled the suit thinking Apple would fix their computer, and Apple merely offered them another defective logic board, usually resulting in failure as well. I think Narfal quoted me $150-$180 to fix the defect which involved changing the heat sink as well as other repairs.  Don't send your laptop to Apple

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