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I wouldn't think you need an EE degree from a 4-year college. I imagine a good working knowledge of electronicselectronics (the tinkerer type), plus the necessary schematics for the computer you want to fix, are basically what you need. Of course there will probably be certain tricks of the trade that only experience (or someone with experience) can teach you.
I wouldn't think you need an EE degree from a 4-year college. I imagine a good working knowledge of electronicselectronics (the tinkerer type), plus the necessary schematics for the computer you want to fix, are basically what you need. Of course there will probably be certain tricks of the trade that only experience (or someone with experience) can teach you.
 
One thing is for sure- I see a lot of water-damaged MBP's on EBay nowadays. (I can replace parts but can't fix motherboards.) I wonder if the current models are more susceptible to water leaking through the keyboard. I think they typically sell for more than the parts value, so I imagine people are fixing them.

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Original post by: madmaxmedia ,

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I wouldn't think you need an EE degree from a 4-year college. I imagine a good working knowledge of electronics, plus the necessary schematics for the computer you want to fix, are basically what you need. Of course there will probably be certain tricks of the trade that only experience (or someone with experience) can teach you.

One thing is for sure- I see a lot of water-damaged MBP's on EBay nowadays. (I can replace parts but can't fix motherboards.) I wonder if the current models are more susceptible to water leaking through the keyboard. I think they typically sell for more than the parts value, so I imagine people are fixing them.

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