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MacBook Pro won't turn on after display replacement

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I had two broken MacBooks. One worked fine, except the display was broken. (tested on external monitor)
 
I just swapped a working display onto the Macbook. After replacing it the Mac is completely dead. Won't turn on, no Apple ding. Nothing.
 
I unplugged the battery during replacement just to be positive I couldn't short anything. No possible ideas what could have happened, but this is super depressing. What do you guys think.
 
Ps: I double checked everything, and cannot seem to find anything wrong with the logic board itself. Everything is plugged in.
 
== Update ==
 
Ok I tried the link you gave me and it started up. Both with the keyboard plugged in and with it unplugged. However, I still cannot start it with the power button. Any other ideas? Thanks
 
== Update ==
 
Well, I switched the working Logic board onto the top case of the other Mac I have. I can still power-up with the power-on pad, but the actual power-button us unresponsive. Idk what is going on, but "rdklnc" please let me know what you think if you read this. You seem very intelligent with this kind of issue. Thanks
 
==== Update ==
==== Update ==
 
OkOk I am almost positive that both my top cases are broken. I tried both of them and with neither can I start it with the power button. My other Mac that does not even boot makes a little noise when using the power-on pad, but does not make any sound when trying to use the button. That tells me both the top cases are broke.
OkOk I am almost positive that both my top cases are broken. I tried both of them and with neither can I start it with the power button. My other Mac that does not even boot makes a little noise when using the power-on pad, but does not make any sound when trying to use the button. That tells me both the top cases are broke.
 
Would I need to order a new top case or would there be a cheaper option such as just replacing the keyboard or something? Thanks

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MacBook Pro 13"

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Bearbeitet von: tylr6024 ,

Titel:

MacBook Pro won't turn on after display replacement

Text:

I had two broken MacBooks. One worked fine, except the display was broken. (tested on external monitor)
 
I just swapped a working display onto the Macbook. After replacing it the Mac is completely dead. Won't turn on, no Apple ding. Nothing.
 
I unplugged the battery during replacement just to be positive I couldn't short anything. No possible ideas what could have happened, but this is super depressing. What do you guys think.
 
Ps: I double checked everything, and cannot seem to find anything wrong with the logic board itself. Everything is plugged in.
 
== Update ==
 
Ok I tried the link you gave me and it started up. Both with the keyboard plugged in and with it unplugged. However, I still cannot start it with the power button. Any other ideas? Thanks
 
== Update ==
 
Well, I switched the working Logic board onto the top case of the other Mac I have. I can still power-up with the power-on pad, but the actual power-button us unresponsive. Idk what is going on, but "rdklnc" please let me know what you think if you read this. You seem very intelligent with this kind of issue. Thanks
 
== Update ==
 
Well,Ok I switched the working Logic board onto theam almost positive that both my top casecases are broken. I tried both of them and with neither can I start it with the power button. My other Mac I have. I can still power-up withthat does not even boot makes a little noise when using the power-on pad, but does not make any sound when trying to use the actual power-button us unresponsive. Idk what is going on, but "rdklnc" please letbutton. That tells me know what you think if you read this. You seem very intelligent with this kind of issue.both the top cases are broke.

Would I need to order a new top case or would there be a cheaper option such as just replacing the keyboard or something?
Thanks
Well,Ok I switched the working Logic board onto theam almost positive that both my top casecases are broken. I tried both of them and with neither can I start it with the power button. My other Mac I have. I can still power-up withthat does not even boot makes a little noise when using the power-on pad, but does not make any sound when trying to use the actual power-button us unresponsive. Idk what is going on, but "rdklnc" please letbutton. That tells me know what you think if you read this. You seem very intelligent with this kind of issue.both the top cases are broke.

Would I need to order a new top case or would there be a cheaper option such as just replacing the keyboard or something?
Thanks

Gerät:

MacBook Pro 13"

Status:

open

Bearbeitet von: tylr6024 ,

Titel:

MacBook Pro won't turn on after display replacement

Text:

I had two broken MacBooks. One worked fine, except the display was broken. (tested on external monitor)
 
I just swapped a working display onto the Macbook. After replacing it the Mac is completely dead. Won't turn on, no Apple ding. Nothing.
 
I unplugged the battery during replacement just to be positive I couldn't short anything. No possible ideas what could have happened, but this is super depressing. What do you guys think.
 
Ps: I double checked everything, and cannot seem to find anything wrong with the logic board itself. Everything is plugged in.
 
== Update ==
 
Ok I tried the link you gave me and it started up. Both with the keyboard plugged in and with it unplugged. However, I still cannot start it with the power button. Any other ideas? Thanks
 
== Update ==
 
OkWell, I triedswitched the link you gave me and it started up. Both withworking Logic board onto the keyboard plugged in and with it unplugged. However,top case of the other Mac I have. I can still cannot start itpower-up with the power button. Any other ideas?power-on pad, but the actual power-button us unresponsive. Idk what is going on, but "rdklnc" please let me know what you think if you read this. You seem very intelligent with this kind of issue. Thanks
OkWell, I triedswitched the link you gave me and it started up. Both withworking Logic board onto the keyboard plugged in and with it unplugged. However,top case of the other Mac I have. I can still cannot start itpower-up with the power button. Any other ideas?power-on pad, but the actual power-button us unresponsive. Idk what is going on, but "rdklnc" please let me know what you think if you read this. You seem very intelligent with this kind of issue. Thanks

Gerät:

MacBook Pro 13"

Status:

open

Bearbeitet von: tylr6024 ,

Titel:

MacBook Pro won't turn on after display replacement

Text:

I had two broken MacBooks. One worked fine, except the display was broken. (tested on external monitor)
 
I just swapped a working display onto the Macbook. After replacing it the Mac is completely dead. Won't turn on, no Apple ding. Nothing.
 
I unplugged the battery during replacement just to be positive I couldn't short anything. No possible ideas what could have happened, but this is super depressing. What do you guys think.
 
Ps: I double checked everything, and cannot seem to find anything wrong with the logic board itself. Everything is plugged in.
 
== Update ==
 
Ok I tried the link you gave me and it started up. Both with the keyboard plugged in and with it unplugged. However, I still cannot start it with the power button. Any other ideas? Thanks

Gerät:

MacBook Pro 13"

Status:

open

Ursprünglicher Beitrag von: tylr6024 ,

Titel:

MacBook Pro won't turn on after display replacement

Text:

I had two broken MacBooks. One worked fine, except the display was broken. (tested on external monitor)

I just swapped a working display onto the Macbook. After replacing it the Mac is completely dead. Won't turn on, no Apple ding. Nothing.

I unplugged the battery during replacement just to be positive I couldn't short anything. No possible ideas what could have happened, but this is super depressing. What do you guys think.

Ps: I double checked everything, and cannot seem to find anything wrong with the logic board itself. Everything is plugged in.

Gerät:

MacBook Pro 13"

Status:

open