Your Mac suddenly died, and you brought it to the Apple store. You were told the Mac logic board is faulty and you need to buy a new Mac. Do you have other options?
Yes! We are Mac repair specialists, and we can get your MacBook up and running in 2 working days. Whether you’ve suffered a liquid spill, overheated GPU, or just a dead logic board, we’ve got you covered. You’ll not only pay much less than purchasing a brand new Mac, but you’ll also save money on extra services such as data transfer or data recovery.
In most cases, a failed logic board is caused by a few faulty chips. Our work is to find and replace the failed chips among the many thousands on the logic board and bring your beloved MacBook back to life. It makes no sense to throw the Mac laptop away because of a few faulty chips on the logic board!
After receiving your MacBook, we will perform a diagnostic assessment and provide you with an obligation-free quotation. MacBook logic board repair cost is from $300 to $600 depending on the model and repair difficulty. If your logic board has been damaged beyond economically feasible repair, our wide stock of replacement logic boards will get your MacBook back to work quickly at a reasonable extra cost in only one day. A 90-day return-to-base warranty covers all our work.
Common MacBook Logic Board Problems:
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Where can I find examples of your repair work?
We frequently post on Google My Business, where we show how we tackle Mac hardware problems. As a leading Apple logic board repair company, we share our knowledge, experiences, and new findings in great detail with our computer service community on our blog.
What if I am not in Melbourne?
About half of our customers are outside Melbourne. You can post your MacBook to us and add $30 for return express postage.
Get a free quote today. Contact us along with your MacBook model and fault description. Our experienced staff will call you to discuss your options based on your current situation.
How do you repair a MacBook (hardware)?
Level 1 repair, also known as basic repair:
A MacBook consists of the following parts: screen, keyboard, touchpad, battery, SSD hard drive, Wifi card, logic board, and connecting cables. The objective is to identify the faulty part and replace it. This part-replacing type of repair is simple and entirely dependent on the availability of the spare parts. If there are no spare parts, then there is no fix. If a faulty logic board is found in your MacBook, Apple Authorized Service Providers and local computer stores will tell you that your MacBook is non-repairable since they cannot get a replacement board. If your logic board is under warranty, Apple will send it out to an overseas manufacturer for repair. If the board is out of warranty, you will end up with an “Apple-certified dead MacBook". The genius bar technicians are not allowed to tell you that someone in your city can repair your logic board.
Level 2 repair, also known as chip-level or manufacturer-level repair:
At this level, we are working on individual logic board components (or chips) such as CPUs, GPUs, ICs, transistors, resistors, capacitors, etc. The objective is to identify the faulty chips among the many thousands on the board and then replace them without damaging the surrounding chips. We repeat this process until all faulty chips are found and replaced and all the functionality and stability tests have been passed. In one sense, it is like a meticulous forensic investigation. To perform the task effectively and economically, one needs electronic knowledge, detective reasoning skills, micro-soldering skills, experience, proper equipment and most importantly: a comprehensive understanding of the “core" design of the Apple logic board. Unfortunately, very few companies can perform this task effectively – and even less still in Australia. We are proud to be one of them.