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Текущая версия: teenuboss2 ,

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I know this sounds ridiculous.
Take a Hair Dryer and slightly heat up your mac on the back and on the keyboard. you can also do it on the top. Make sure you heat it evenly and not overdo it and cause any plastic to melt. [br]
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IT WORKS !!! at least for me :P
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+I have had this issue couple of times and I always thought that there could be a problem with the logicboard. I had sent it to repair a few times and had no solution but it would magically turn back on after a few days in my cupboard. [br]
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+I finally realized that my Macbook Pro mid 2015 13inch Retina display was getting extremely cold due to my AC or the weather. Hence I got this Idea of heating it up. I observed this happening in extremely humid weather as well. I don’t know whats the logic behind this but the MacBook has to be kept inside a bag or somewhere that is warm enough when not under use or unplugged. [br]
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+I hope it works for you guys as well.

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Оригинальный сообщение: teenuboss2 ,

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I know this sounds ridiculous.

Take a Hair Dryer and slightly heat up your mac on the back and on the keyboard. you can also do it on the top. Make sure you heat it evenly and not overdo it and cause any plastic to melt. [br]

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IT WORKS !!! at least for me :P

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