My late-2011 Mac Mini died 7 weeks after I bought it for $500. It just suddenly, without any signs or warnings, died as if the power cord was yanked out. The Apple Store told me it was either the power supply or the main board and I'd have to pay as much to fix it as I paid to buy it, therefore I'd be better off buying a new Mini. I don't want that disposable **** that Apple makes these days so I decided to try and fix it myself. Because of the way it just died I really thought it was the power supply so I ordered tools from iFixit and a new power supply from a reputable seller in China. Well, that didn't fix it. Is there anything else besides a power supply and a main board that could case the problem I have? I don't want to buy a main board from China because they are also 4 to 500 dollars for that model.