Categories Laptop Computer Repairs Apple Laptop Repair Post author By webmaster Post date November 15, 2013 20 Comments on Apple Laptop Repair ← Laptop Computer Repair Parts → Laptop Computer Troubleshooting 20 replies on “Apple Laptop Repair” fans spinning does not mean it works. Did that board actually boot? Also way to go not showing any of the actual repairs done. HI There! Awesome video! what cleaner are you using? Thanks On those we use acetone at 100 percent, and it is not nail polish remover. Sometimes in a pinch we use anhydrous alcohol at 99.98 percent or denatured alcohol at 90 percent. And how long do you leave them subsided in the cleaner? Thanks 🙂 Sir, do you resolder the connectors using a hot air gun? I do when I am reballing. Why not use the IR Beam when reballing? The IR attaching the balls back on in the stencil does not work with the IR. Only the fluxing and reattachment does by IR, but to remove the chip to use another we use hot air and when attaching the balls back to the new chip while in the stencil we use hot air. So hot air to remove, hot air to solder in the stencil, then IR to reattach to the socket. Sir, is there any way you can do a video of this? Your method sounds very interesting. so there is 100 percent acetone in the bucket and the next step would be distilled water? And I guess no more than 5 minutes in the scrub bucket because acetone is preety strong on the board is all that right? That is not what we do. I think the video shows it. Thank you With our Apple repairs you are right. Fans spinning does not mean much UNLESS it is water damaged. I have yet to run into one that boots, fans spin, that does not show video. And we do a lot of them. Have you actually had a board fail due to static shock? Hello, yes I did. Not only the motherboard but also the sensitive amplifier on the front-end of the receiver board…so I do not want to repeat it again. Thank you for Your reply. M. Such a great and information filled video, thanks me niether and i dont even use gloves like you. i even set pcb’s on carpet (a definite no-no), but still have never had a board fail after me handling it. fan spinning means overheating solved, so i’d say it fixed it Your welcome I agree. Leave a Reply to grabtonyful Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.