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Versión actual por: Dan (detalles del voto) ,

Título:

Broken motherboard power plug

Texto:

Plan to remove the motherboard after removing the internal frame in my MacMin 3,1 (late 2009) to clean out the filthy box,

Apple says to pull the very thin power cable straight up from the motherboard that connects it to the rear shelf button. What happened to me was the motherboard flat plug BROKE at both pins flush with the logic board. The is nothing to solder to.

Is there a workaround to reconnect the two line cable from the rear power button to the motherboard? I see nothing to solder to on the motherboard with no protruding pin parts as I had hoped to see.

Thanks! W. Li

=== Update (03/18/2017) ===

Dan

Here it is.....

[image|1054232]

Dispositivo:

Mac Mini Model A1283

Estatus:

open

Respuesta Aceptada:

384422

Editado por: Dan (detalles del voto) ,

Título:

Broken motherboard power plug

Texto:

Plan to remove the motherboard after removing the internal frame in my MacMin 3,1 (late 2009) to clean out the filthy box,

Apple says to pull the very thin power cable straight up from the motherboard that connects it to the rear shelf button. What happened to me was the motherboard flat plug BROKE at both pins flush with the logic board. The is nothing to solder to.

Is there a workaround to reconnect the two line cable from the rear power button to the motherboard? I see nothing to solder to on the motherboard with no protruding pin parts as I had hoped to see.

Thanks! W. Li

=== Update (03/18/2017) ===

Dan

Here it is.....

[image|1054232]

Dispositivo:

Mac Mini Model A1283

Estatus:

open

Respuesta Aceptada:

384595

Editado por: wli98122 ,

Título:

Broken motherboard power plug

Texto:

Plan to remove the motherboard after removing the internal frame in my MacMin 3,1 (late 2009) to clean out the filthy box,

Apple says to pull the very thin power cable straight up from the motherboard that connects it to the rear shelf button. What happened to me was the motherboard flat plug BROKE at both pins flush with the logic board. The is nothing to solder to.

Is there a workaround to reconnect the two line cable from the rear power button to the motherboard? I see nothing to solder to on the motherboard with no protruding pin parts as I had hoped to see.

Thanks! W. Li

=== Update (03/18/2017) ===

Dan

Here it is.....

[image|1054232]

Dispositivo:

Mac Mini Model A1283

Estatus:

open

Respuesta Aceptada:

384595

Editado por: wli98122 ,

Título:

Broken motherboard power plug

Texto:

Plan to remove the motherboard after removing the internal frame in my MacMin 3,1 (late 2009) to clean out the filthy box,

Apple says to pull the very thin power cable straight up from the motherboard that connects it to the rear shelf button. What happened to me was the motherboard flat plug BROKE at both pins flush with the logic board. The is nothing to solder to.

Is there a workaround to reconnect the two line cable from the rear power button to the motherboard? I see nothing to solder to on the motherboard with no protruding pin parts as I had hoped to see.

Thanks! W. Li

=== Update (03/18/2017) ===

Dan

Here it is.....

[image|1054232]

Dispositivo:

Mac Mini Model A1283

Estatus:

open

Respuesta Aceptada:

384425

Editado por: Dan ,

Título:

Broken motherboard power plug

Texto:

Plan to remove the motherboard after removing the internal frame in my MacMin 3,1 (late 2009) to clean out the filthy box,
 
Apple says to pull the very thin power cable straight up from the motherboard that connects it to the rear shelf button. What happened to me was the motherboard flat plug BROKE at both pins flush with the logic board. The is nothing to solder to.
 
Is there a workaround to reconnect the two line cable from the rear power button to the motherboard? I see nothing to solder to on the motherboard with no protruding pin parts as I had hoped to see.
 
Thanks! W. Li
 
=== Update (03/19/2017) ===
 
Dan:
 
Send me your e-mail and I'll send the picture
 
Mine is wli98122atyahoo.com
 
Thanks
 
W. Li
 
=== Update (03/18/2017) ===
 
Dan
 
Here it is.....
 
[image|1054232]

Dispositivo:

Mac Mini Model A1283

Estatus:

open

Respuesta Aceptada:

384425

Editado por: wli98122 ,

Título:

Broken motherboard power plug

Texto:

Plan to remove the motherboard after removing the internal frame in my MacMin 3,1 (late 2009) to clean out the filthy box,

Apple says to pull the very thin power cable straight up from the motherboard that connects it to the rear shelf button. What happened to me was the motherboard flat plug BROKE at both pins flush with the logic board. The is nothing to solder to.

Is there a workaround to reconnect the two line cable from the rear power button to the motherboard? I see nothing to solder to on the motherboard with no protruding pin parts as I had hoped to see.

Thanks! W. Li

=== Update (03/19/2017) ===

Dan:

Send me your e-mail and I'll send the picture

Mine is wli98122atyahoo.com

Thanks

W. Li

=== Update (03/18/2017) ===

Dan

Here it is.....

[image|1054232]

Dispositivo:

Mac Mini Model A1283

Estatus:

open

Respuesta Aceptada:

384425

Editado por: wli98122 ,

Título:

Broken motherboard power plug

Texto:

Plan to remove the motherboard after removing the internal frame in my MacMin 3,1 (late 2009) to clean out the filthy box,

Apple says to pull the very thin power cable straight up from the motherboard that connects it to the rear shelf button. What happened to me was the motherboard flat plug BROKE at both pins flush with the logic board. The is nothing to solder to.

Is there a workaround to reconnect the two line cable from the rear power button to the motherboard? I see nothing to solder to on the motherboard with no protruding pin parts as I had hoped to see.

Thanks! W. Li

=== Update (03/19/2017) ===

Dan:

Send me your e-mail and I'll send the picture

Mine is wli98122atyahoo.com

Thanks

W. Li

=== Update (03/18/2017) ===

Dan

Here it is.....

[image|1054232]

Dispositivo:

Mac Mini Model A1283

Estatus:

open

Respuesta Aceptada:

384422

Editado por: wli98122 ,

Título:

Broken motherboard power plug

Texto:

Plan to remove the motherboard after removing the internal frame in my MacMin 3,1 (late 2009) to clean out the filthy box,
 
Apple says to pull the very thin power cable straight up from the motherboard that connects it to the rear shelf button. What happened to me was the motherboard flat plug BROKE at both pins flush with the logic board. The is nothing to solder to.
 
Is there a workaround to reconnect the two line cable from the rear power button to the motherboard? I see nothing to solder to on the motherboard with no protruding pin parts as I had hoped to see.
 
Thanks! W. Li
 
=== Update (03/19/2017) ===
 
Dan:
 
Send me your e-mail and I'll send the picture
 
Mine is wli98122atyahoo.com
 
Thanks
 
W. Li
 
=== Update (03/18/2017) ===
 
Dan
 
Here it is.....[image|1054232is.....

[image|1054232
]
Here it is.....[image|1054232is.....

[image|1054232
]

Dispositivo:

Mac Mini Model A1283

Estatus:

open

Respuesta Aceptada:

384422

Editado por: wli98122 ,

Título:

Broken motherboard power plug

Texto:

Plan to remove the motherboard after removing the internal frame in my MacMin 3,1 (late 2009) to clean out the filthy box,
 
Apple says to pull the very thin power cable straight up from the motherboard that connects it to the rear shelf button. What happened to me was the motherboard flat plug BROKE at both pins flush with the logic board. The is nothing to solder to.
 
Is there a workaround to reconnect the two line cable from the rear power button to the motherboard? I see nothing to solder to on the motherboard with no protruding pin parts as I had hoped to see.
 
Thanks! W. Li
 
=== Update (03/19/2017) ===
 
Dan:
 
Send me your e-mail and I'll send the picture
 
Mine is wli98122atyahoo.com
 
Thanks
 
W. Li
 
=== Update (03/18/2017) ===
 
Dan
 
Here it is.....[image|1054232]

Dispositivo:

Mac Mini Model A1283

Estatus:

open

Editado por: Dan (detalles del voto) ,

Título:

Broken motherboard power plug

Texto:

Plan to remove the motherboard after removing the internal frame in my MacMin 3,1 (late 2009) to clean out the filthy box,

Apple says to pull the very thin power cable straight up from the motherboard that connects it to the rear shelf button. What happened to me was the motherboard flat plug BROKE at both pins flush with the logic board. The is nothing to solder to.

Is there a workaround to reconnect the two line cable from the rear power button to the motherboard? I see nothing to solder to on the motherboard with no protruding pin parts as I had hoped to see.

Thanks! W. Li

=== Update (03/19/2017) ===

Dan:

Send me your e-mail and I'll send the picture

Mine is wli98122atyahoo.com

Thanks

W. Li

Dispositivo:

Mac Mini Model A1283

Estatus:

open

Respuesta Aceptada:

384145

Editado por: wli98122 ,

Título:

Broken motherboard power plug

Texto:

Plan to remove the motherboard after removing the internal frame in my MacMin 3,1 (late 2009) to clean out the filthy box,
 
Apple says to pull the very thin power cable straight up from the motherboard that connects it to the rear shelf button. What happened to me was the motherboard flat plug BROKE at both pins flush with the logic board. The is nothing to solder to.
 
Is there a workaround to reconnect the two line cable from the rear power button to the motherboard? I see nothing to solder to on the motherboard with no protruding pin parts as I had hoped to see.
 
Thanks! W. Li
 
=== Update (03/19/2017) ===
 
Dan:
 
Send me your e-mail and I'll send the picture
 
Mine is wli98122atyahoo.com
 
Thanks
 
W. Li

Dispositivo:

Mac Mini Model A1283

Estatus:

open

Respuesta Aceptada:

384145

Editado por: wli98122 ,

Título:

Broken motherboard power plug

Texto:

Plan to remove the motherboard after removing the internal frame in my MacMin 3,1 (late 2009) to clean out the filthy box,

Apple says to pull the very thin power cable straight up from the motherboard that connects it to the rear shelf button. What happened to me was the motherboard flat plug BROKE at both pins flush with the logic board. The is nothing to solder to.

Is there a workaround to reconnect the two line cable from the rear power button to the motherboard? I see nothing to solder to on the motherboard with no protruding pin parts as I had hoped to see.

Thanks! W. Li

Dispositivo:

Mac Mini Model A1283

Estatus:

open

Respuesta Aceptada:

384145

Editado por: Dan ,

Título:

brokenBroken motherboard power plug
brokenBroken motherboard power plug

Texto:

Plan to remove the motherboard after removing the internal frame in my MacMin 3,1 (late 2009) to clean out a filthy box,. Apple says to pull the very thin power cable straight up from the motherboard that connects it to the rear shelf button. What happened to me was the motherboard flat plug BROKE at both pins flush with the MB. The is nothing to solder to.filthy box,
Plan to remove the motherboard after removing the internal frame in my MacMin 3,1 (late 2009) to clean out a filthy box,. Apple says to pull the very thin power cable straight up from the motherboard that connects it to the rear shelf button. What happened to me was the motherboard flat plug BROKE at both pins flush with the MB. The is nothing to solder to.filthy box,
 
Is there a workaroundApple says to reconnectpull the two linevery thin power cable straight up from the rear power buttonmotherboard that connects it to the motherboard? I see nothingrear shelf button. What happened to solder to onme was the motherboard flat plug BROKE at both pins flush with no protruding pin parts as I had hopedthe logic board. The is nothing to seesolder to.
Is there a workaroundApple says to reconnectpull the two linevery thin power cable straight up from the rear power buttonmotherboard that connects it to the motherboard? I see nothingrear shelf button. What happened to solder to onme was the motherboard flat plug BROKE at both pins flush with no protruding pin parts as I had hopedthe logic board. The is nothing to seesolder to.
 
ThanksIs there a workaround to reconnect the two line cable from the rear power button to the motherboard? I see nothing to solder to on the motherboard with no protruding pin parts as I had hoped to see.
ThanksIs there a workaround to reconnect the two line cable from the rear power button to the motherboard? I see nothing to solder to on the motherboard with no protruding pin parts as I had hoped to see.
 
WThanks! W. Li
WThanks! W. Li

Dispositivo:

MacMini 3.1Mac Mini Model A1283
MacMini 3.1Mac Mini Model A1283

Estatus:

open

Aporte original por: wli98122 ,

Título:

broken motherboard power plug

Texto:

Plan to remove the motherboard after removing the internal frame in my MacMin 3,1 (late 2009) to clean out a filthy box,. Apple says to pull the very thin power cable straight up from the motherboard that connects it to the rear shelf button. What happened to me was the motherboard flat plug BROKE at both pins flush with the MB. The is nothing to solder to.

Is there a workaround to reconnect the two line cable from the rear power button to the motherboard? I see nothing to solder to on the motherboard with no protruding pin parts as I had hoped to see.

Thanks

W. Li

Dispositivo:

MacMini 3.1

Estatus:

open