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현재 버전 게시자: Dan ,

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If you review the link I posted in your question these are all compatible with each other. So Yes you could swap out the logic boards.
But the real question here is why are you?
If your board is dead then you may want to jump up to a i7 board Vs such a small improvement with your choices.
=== Update (06/22/2016) ===
Before making the jump to a new logic board you may have a bad DC-In Board.
-Clearly you're not getting power into the system so that starts at the MagSafe interface often dirt or corrosion can cause the connection to fail. Carefully clean it with a cotton swab with some isopropyl alcohol. Inspect the contacts on both MagSafe connector surfaces are they clean & shiny? With a small screwdriver with the MagSafe adapter unplugged press the pins do they move a little of the adapters MagSafe connector? Looking at the socket the computer does the plastic insulator look melted or mis-shaped? Replace the MageSafe adapter and/or the DC-In Board.
+Clearly you're not getting power into the system so that starts at the MagSafe interface often dirt or corrosion can cause the connection to fail. Carefully clean it with a cotton swab with some isopropyl alcohol. Inspect the contacts on both MagSafe connector surfaces are they clean & shiny? With a small screwdriver with the MagSafe adapter unplugged press the pins do they move a little of the adapters MagSafe connector? Looking at the socket of the computer does the plastic insulator look melted or mis-shaped? Replace the MageSafe adapter and/or the DC-In Board.
If your sure the problem is deeper then the problem is indeed the logic board power services. But this might be repairable! While I don't recommend you do this your self you might be able to send your board out to someone who has the skills and parts to repair it. This would be the cheaper direction. Alas, replacing the logic board would be the last option here.
The last point is make sure you stay within your systems series for a replacement logic board as Apple has often altered things between them so the board won't fit or connections won't.

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편집자: Dan ,

텍스트:

If you review the link I posted in your question these are all compatible with each other. So Yes you could swap out the logic boards.
But the real question here is why are you?
If your board is dead then you may want to jump up to a i7 board Vs such a small improvement with your choices.
=== Update (06/22/2016) ===
-Before making the jump to a new logic board you may have a bad DC-In Board.
+Before making the jump to a new logic board you may have a bad DC-In Board.
-Clearly you're not getting power into the system so that starts at the MagSafe interface often dirt or corrosion can cause the connection to fail. Carefully clean it with a cotton swab with some isopropyl alcohol. Inspect the contacts on both MagSafe connector surfaces are they clean & shiny? With a small screwdriver with he MagSafe adapter unplugged press the pins do they move a little? Looking at the socket does the plastic insulator look melted or mis-shaped? Replace the MageSafe adapter and/or the DC-In Board.
+Clearly you're not getting power into the system so that starts at the MagSafe interface often dirt or corrosion can cause the connection to fail. Carefully clean it with a cotton swab with some isopropyl alcohol. Inspect the contacts on both MagSafe connector surfaces are they clean & shiny? With a small screwdriver with the MagSafe adapter unplugged press the pins do they move a little of the adapters MagSafe connector? Looking at the socket the computer does the plastic insulator look melted or mis-shaped? Replace the MageSafe adapter and/or the DC-In Board.
If your sure the problem is deeper then the problem is indeed the logic board power services. But this might be repairable! While I don't recommend you do this your self you might be able to send your board out to someone who has the skills and parts to repair it. This would be the cheaper direction. Alas, replacing the logic board would be the last option here.
The last point is make sure you stay within your systems series for a replacement logic board as Apple has often altered things between them so the board won't fit or connections won't.

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편집자: Dan ,

텍스트:

If you review the link I posted in your question these are all compatible with each other. So Yes you could swap out the logic boards.
But the real question here is why are you?
If your board is dead then you may want to jump up to a i7 board Vs such a small improvement with your choices.
+
+=== Update (06/22/2016) ===
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+Before making the jump to a new logic board you may have a bad DC-In Board.
+
+Clearly you're not getting power into the system so that starts at the MagSafe interface often dirt or corrosion can cause the connection to fail. Carefully clean it with a cotton swab with some isopropyl alcohol. Inspect the contacts on both MagSafe connector surfaces are they clean & shiny? With a small screwdriver with he MagSafe adapter unplugged press the pins do they move a little? Looking at the socket does the plastic insulator look melted or mis-shaped? Replace the MageSafe adapter and/or the DC-In Board.
+
+If your sure the problem is deeper then the problem is indeed the logic board power services. But this might be repairable! While I don't recommend you do this your self you might be able to send your board out to someone who has the skills and parts to repair it. This would be the cheaper direction. Alas, replacing the logic board would be the last option here.
+
+The last point is make sure you stay within your systems series for a replacement logic board as Apple has often altered things between them so the board won't fit or connections won't.

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원문 게시자: Dan ,

텍스트:

If you review the link I posted in your question these are all compatible with each other. So Yes you could swap out the logic boards.

But the real question here is why are you?

If your board is dead then you may want to jump up to a i7 board Vs such a small improvement with your choices.

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