|Re: 2400 takeapart advice/experience [message #277388 is a reply to message #276979]
||Sun, 04 January 2015 14:36
Registered: December 2014
Well, here are some photos of the take |
The photos are pretty much in order but the last photos are of the PRAM
battery both sides.
I have completely taken apart the machine and put it all back together but
I am at the same place. I don't see anything that is suspicious.
I don't have some comments,
1) I am a little surprised that the PCMCIA unit is so close to the main
logic board. I wonder if it is causing a short or if it is just that way.
It doesn't seem to have any non conductive material between it and the
logic board but I am left wondering about that. Perhaps I should have
removed it when testing.
2) I removed the CPU daughter card, as suggested and reinserted it. I used
significant force but not enough to cause any harm.
I still get the solid green light.
If you take a look at the photos maybe you see something that I don't?
I am willing to take it apart again and take more photos if you think it
PS If you would like me to add some detail to the images, please let me
know and I will add some context.
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