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Old Nov 13, 2012, 10:53 AM   #1
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Macbook Unibody 2008 Battery Cable

I bought a Chinese replacement battery off of eBay for my Macbook. The battery fried my system somehow. I can no longer use my laptop without it being plugged in - new Apple batteries wont work either. Since my laptop works fine I assume my Logic board was not destroyed and it is therefore the battery cable needs replaced. I have found replacements around the internet for around $30. Has anyone done this repair? I can't really figure out how to access the cable or how feasible the repair is.

Thank you everyone!
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