ron paris wrote:
How are the Logic board sales? All you ever suggest is to replace the damn logic board, nothing like making sales your priority!
excuse me? No disrespect but I don't see you helping out at all.
Anyways without having to solder contacts or replacing small components which we do not do, what i said still stands. Try another power adapter and see if it lights up.. if it doesn't work either it is going to be the DC-IN. I don't know offhand what the voltages should be. It would be DC at the logic board as with any computer. If it was a later model titanium with DVI then it would have a separate DC-IN board which is a cheaper repair.
but if there are any electrical engineers like ron paris that want to add some useful input, that would be great.