One of the very rare cases where the manufacturing fault caused a Macbook Pro Not to Turn on and stop functioning two years after the assembly. This Macbook Pro died with no reason after it was used primarily on a desk in an office for business practices. “Yesterday morning it just didn’t turn on” – Customer reportedHopefully, soon we will see local manufacturing of these machines in every country, and we won’t be relying on a low-quality workforce, rather than we would get quality builds. Like the old Macbooks used to be.
An interesting case of a Macbook Black Screen Repair we had by post today in our Mac Repair workshop in Adelaide. This gorgeous 13″ 2017 Macbook Air came from north SA. The customer found us on the web and called for an inquiry. We knew what to expect from the fault described and able to quote adequately. We didn’t waste time and jump straight to it. First, we need to confirm the issue by turning it on. Great about these models is that clear Apple logo allows us to quickly diagnose missing backlight on Macbooks by shining a torch through it. Upon opening, it was clear there was slight liquid damage on the LCD screen connector causing it to short the power lines of the screen. They carry 50V boosted voltage, causing significant damage when shorted.
Another high profile A1707 Macbook Liquid Damage Repair case we have received this week was this 15 Macbook Retina 2018 model. It appeared to had a liquid spillage through the charging ports and kept working for a couple of days. Then suddenly one morning this Macbook refused to turn on and needed a repair. The … Read more
Water spilled Mac is often seen coming to our workshop. But rarely we get customers responding so instant to the water spillage and rushing to get it repaired quickly. This customer was very aware of the seriousness when water gets spilled over a Mac keyboard. And rushed as quickly as possible to us rather than … Read more