- The sensor that tells the PowerBook when the lid is closed has died, or is dying.
- The sensor that tells the PowerBook it's overheating has died, or is dying.
Wednesday, September 13, 2006
PowerBook repairs: Day 5
The technician from Next Byte repairing my PowerBook called this morning. (I think it's good that the guy doing the repairs calls me. Actually, I think it's great that anyone calls me.) They did say when I dropped it off that it would be two business days before anyone could even look at it, so this seems about on the mark. The problem, not surprisingly, is due to two things: