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What I needed was a machine that could handle word processing, Internet access, and play games on the go. Most of all, I wanted a machine that would compliment my desktop machine. The iBook fit the bill almost perfectly: its price was decent (if a bit high), it had solid construction, and the 300 MHz G3 processor was exactly what I needed for the tasks I had in mind. Its good looks were just icing on the cake!

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iBook Clamshell Defects: Part 4 - DC in Board



The DC-in Board has direct contact to the power adapter and is plugged onto the Logicboard. If you have a loose connection the solder joints on the DC in Board may be broken and easily be repaired. Follow this Link. But a short circuit fault may do harm to electronic components (as to be seen in the picture), if you have bad luck the whole logicboard might be damaged. In some cases you only have to replace the DC-in Board.

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