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MacBook not charging help finding part

I bought a laptop and was deceived. when I got home I realized it wasn't charging while everything else was perfect. I opened it up now and found that the DC inboard connector is not connected and the logic board is actually missing the connector. Is this a difficult DYI fix? does anybody know the name of the part? Thanks

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Yes, it can be replaced @oldturkey03 knows the component level stuff better than me.

The cable looks ratty I would replace it as well.


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mik nom if that repair only includes the soldering, it is steep. Not sure where you are located but I'd try a local college or university if you do not have an electronics repair shop around.

The hardest part of this repair would be to find a replacement unless you have a donor board available. It appears to be pretty standard across most models. The connector is reference designator J7000 and is an apple part number 518S0508 The other marking are WTB-PWR-M82 M-RT-SM

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@oldturkey03 help. I got a quote from someone on ebay to repair it for 90$ plus the shipping to them. You think its worth it?

I figured it seemed like a lot when the metal contact on the wire touches the logic board it charges so I didn't think it would be that serious to fix. I just can't find that part


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