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rdklinc: I may have a surprise for you. I too am presently suffering the same symptoms and did many things that you have done -including swapping the mother board. I listened to the 'electrical sound like it's shorting out' sound and noticed it emanating on the right side. After a week, it started again. It became frequent -again. I took it in and they held it close to a week. They gave up and said for me to call Apple and forcibly 'beg' for a new machine if need be -due to it started before its anniversary date and now has passed. I guess the only good thing is that it takes about 45 seconds to start-up and type in the password before I'm at the desktop: that's tolerable… just!
 
I pondered. After I was holding the machine, I placed it down and "click"! That was strange. While restarting, I lifted just the right side and heard the same 'click' but it didn't shut off. I then shook it, then nothing. When sign-in screen came on, I gave it a little shake and 'click' it went off. Ah ha! Now I was able to make it shut off at will by doing this.
I pondered. After I was holding the machine, I placed it down and "click"! That was strange. While restarting, I lifted just the right side and heard the same 'click' but it didn't shut off. I then shook it, then nothing. When sign-in screen came on, I gave it a little shake and 'click' it went off. Ah ha! Now I was able to make it shut off at will by doing this.
 
I removed the back, and turning it on its side, I turned it on and I shook/listened, 'click', it was off. It must be the hard drive. Again I did it -with a lite finger on the hard drive and shook, 'click', felt a tiny vibration. Again, but this time I tapped the hard drive with a fingernail 'CLICK'!
 
So chances are, you may end up going through this again to realise, it's your hard drive.

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rdklinc: I may have a surprise for you. I too am presently suffering the same symptoms and did many things that you have done -including swapping the mother board. I listened to the 'electrical sound like it's shorting out' sound and noticed it emanating on the right side. After a week, it started again. It became frequent -again. I took it in and they held it close to a week. They gave up and said for me to call Apple and forcibly 'beg' for a new machine if need be -due to it started before its anniversary date and now has passed. I guess the only good thing is that it takes about 45 seconds to start-up and type in the password before I'm at the desktop: that's tolerable… just!
 
I pondered. After I was holding the machine, I placed it down and "click"! That was strange. While restarting, I lifted just the right side and heard the same 'click' but it didn't shut off. I then shook it, then nothing. theWhen sign-in screen came on soon, I gave it a little shookshake and 'click' it went off. Ah ha! Now I was able to make it shut off at will by doing this.
I pondered. After I was holding the machine, I placed it down and "click"! That was strange. While restarting, I lifted just the right side and heard the same 'click' but it didn't shut off. I then shook it, then nothing. theWhen sign-in screen came on soon, I gave it a little shookshake and 'click' it went off. Ah ha! Now I was able to make it shut off at will by doing this.
 
I removed the back, and turning it on its side, I turned it on and I shook/listened, 'click', it was off. It must be the hard drive. Again I did it -with a lite finger on the hard drive and shook, 'click', felt a tiny vibration. Again, but this time I tapped the hard drive with a fingernail 'CLICK'!
 
So chances are, you may end up going through this again to realise, it's your hard drive.

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Mensagem original de: Player Onesix ,

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rdklinc: I may have a surprise for you. I too am presently suffering the same symptoms and did many things that you have done -including swapping the mother board. I listened to the 'electrical sound like it's shorting out' sound and noticed it emanating on the right side. After a week, it started again. It became frequent -again. I took it in and they held it  close to a week. They gave up and said for me to call Apple and forcibly 'beg' for a new machine if need be -due to it started before its anniversary date and now has passed. I guess the only good thing is that it takes about 45 seconds to start-up and type in the password before I'm at the desktop: that's tolerable… just!

I pondered. After I was holding the machine, I placed it down and "click"! That was strange. While restarting, I lifted just the right side and heard the same 'click' but it didn't shut off. I then shook it, then nothing. the sign-in screen came on so I gave it a little shook and 'click' it went off. Ah ha! Now I was able to make it shut off at will by doing this.

I removed the back, and turning it on its side, I turned it on and I shook/listened, 'click', it was off. It must be the hard drive. Again I did it -with a lite finger on the hard drive and shook, 'click', felt a tiny vibration. Again, but this time I tapped the hard drive with a fingernail 'CLICK'!

So chances are, you may end up going through this again to realise, it's your hard drive.

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