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Faulty Apple PowerBook G4 Titanium laptop £50.00

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5y, 9m agoPosted 5 years, 9 months agoFeedback:39 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
I've got an Apple PowerBook G4 model number A1025.

It won't turn on at all, no idea what the problem is so sold as spares.

The laptop itself is well used - there is wear to the case and some of the letters have started to rub off the keyboard.

It has obviously been opened up at some point as there are a couple of screws missing underneath. The hinges are fine though (common fault).

Don't know what else to say really - if you've got any questions please ask. I'm happy to take photo's if there is any genuine interest.

£50 ono - payment by bt preferred, but I can do paypal. Price includes postage by first class recorded delivery.



No power supply included.
- bod emrys
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5y, 9m agoPosted 5 years, 9 months agoFeedback:39 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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#1
does it come with a power supply, original
#2
Teqnophile
does it come with a power supply, original


No power supply I'm afraid (I had to borrow one to test it). I'll add that info to the op now.
#3
BUMP - somebody make me an offer
#4
bod emrys
BUMP - somebody make me an offer


I'll Offer £20.00 If You Want It Gone Quick, Thanks.
#5
£30 here.
#6
Tbling
£30 here.


Go on then, it's yours for £30 :)

I'm off to bed now, but I'll pm you in the morning to arrange payment and delivery etc.
#7
There is a fair chance that unplugging the backup battery may cure the problem.

Take off the back panel, lift up the optical drive and unplug the cable for the flat battery pack hidden underneath.

Whoever ends up buying this can msg me for a PDF copy of the service manual for the Powerbook Ti.

Edited By: SUMMONER on Feb 21, 2011 04:48
#8
Tbling - pm sent.

SUMMONER
There is a fair chance that unplugging the backup battery may cure the problem.Take off the back panel, lift up the optical drive and unplug the cable for the flat battery pack hidden underneath.Whoever ends up buying this can msg me for a PDF copy of the service manual for the Powerbook Ti.

Thanks, too late for me now, but hope it helps the buyer :)
#9
Payment sent.
#10
Payment received - thanks.
Laptop will be posted this afternoon.

edit - now posted

Edited By: bod emrys on Feb 21, 2011 18:09: added posted info

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