Macbook Logic Board Repair Service

January 29th, 2010

Introducing Macbook and Macbook Pro Logic Board Repair Service

Today we are introducing component level repair services for the Macbook and Macbook Pro. With this service, we’ll repair your defective Macbook or Macbook Pro logic board without the need for you to purchase a new one. The pricing for this service is substantially less than the cost of a new board. Below are some of the highlights of the program and pricing.

  • One Year Warranty
  • We’ll ship you a box
  • 7- 12 Business Day Turnaround
  • No repair cost if we can’t fix your board

The link below will take you to the main service page and allow you to schedule your logic board repair:

Macbook and Macbook Pro Logic Board Repair Service

Logic Board Repair Only

With this option, you send just your logic board in for repair, not your complete unit.

13.3″ Macbook Logic Board Repair $299.95
15″ Macbook Pro Logic Board Repair $399.95
17″ Macbook Pro Logic Board Repair $399.95

Complete Unit Repair

With this option, you send in your complete unit for logic board repair.

13.3″ Macbook Logic Board Repair $394.95
15″ Macbook Pro Logic Board Repair $494.95
17″ Macbook Pro Logic Board Repair 494.95

10 Responses to “Macbook Logic Board Repair Service”

  1. josh says:

    I’m not entirely sure that it’s my logic board, but when i took it into the apple store they said “that’s most likely what the problem is.” Basically, the unit will only charge for a period of time, then go to battery power. If you unplug the power cord from the wall, then plug it back in, it will begin charging again, but for only a short period of time – and less time than before. You can repeat this process ad nauseum, with the charge period shorter each time. It’s weird, i know.

    I had the plug (where the magnetic cord attaches) replaced, as well as the cord, so that’s not the problem. Does this sound like a logic board issue to you?



  2. Bradley says:

    If you’ve replaced the magsafe board already, then the problem likely is the logic board.

  3. Matthew G says:

    My Macbook Pro 17″ will not fully boot. I get no picture on the screen, no power on the keyboard and a faint light where you push to open it up. I dont know if its the logic board and don’t know if you have experience with sort of problem before.

  4. Bradley says:

    That most likely is a Macbook pro logic board problem.

  5. stacy says:

    Spilled literally drops on my computer, thought it was fine but then tried to turn it on and nothing. absolutely nothing. most say its prob a logic board problem, does that sound likely?

  6. Bradley says:

    It really depends. It could be the top case or any number of internal components. The logic board is a possibility, but with water damage, a professional diagnosis is the way to go.

  7. Alex says:

    I have a mid 2010 MacBook, I actually am a Apple tech. I have spilled a glass of water on my Mac and i need to buy a new logic board, they are really expensive through Apple. Do you have any available?

  8. Bradley says:

    We may have some, but it depends on your model. I’d recommend doing a part request on our site.

  9. uttam says:


    Iam from india ( Hyderabad) seen your website about logicboard board repair i have a macbook there is a problem in my logicboard.
    for this were i have to send you my macbook how much it will cost me with in which courier i have to send to you.

    an early reply in the above matter is highly solicited.


  10. Bradley says:

    Shipping cost depends on the carrier you select. I could not estimate you shipping costs to get the logic board to us.

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