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Hi, I have a Macbook Air 11" 2011, i found on a forum a safer way.Can't recall witchwich, but if you disconnect the battery cable to logic board wait a few seconds, reconnect, close your macbook back up, and then plug in your power cord it will reboot by itself. I just have to leave my macbook on all the time, but i guess it beats paying $200 for a new keyboard just because the power button went out.
Hi, I have a Macbook Air 11" 2011, i found on a forum a safer way.Can't recall witchwich, but if you disconnect the battery cable to logic board wait a few seconds, reconnect, close your macbook back up, and then plug in your power cord it will reboot by itself. I just have to leave my macbook on all the time, but i guess it beats paying $200 for a new keyboard just because the power button went out.

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Hi, I have a Macbook Air 11" 2011, i found on a forum a safer way.Can't recall witch, but if you disconnect the battery cable to logic board wait a few seconds, reconnect,  close your macbook back up, and then plug in your power cord it will reboot by itself. I just have to leave my macbook on all the time, but i guess it beats paying $200 for a new keyboard just because the power button went out.

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