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  1. This is how my PowerBook 145B screen looks like: From what I've been reading about PowerBook screens I think that all those "weird" lines in the screens and faded parts are due to bad capacitors, am I right? But what about that black part in the top-left side of the screen?? That doesn't look too good, does it? is that issue also the caps fault or maybe something else? Thanks!
  2. Last week I got a non-working Powerbook 145b for 20€ (~23USD). The first thing I did was to test the power supply, which was giving a good 7.8V. I saw that the battery was still in place and I feared the worst. When I took it out my suspicions were confirmed: corrosion. It was looking pretty bad and it didn't look any better when I opened the laptop: I spent quite some time cleaning everything and given my experience with a Powerbook 180 the first thing that I did to start troubleshooting the main board was to desolder the battery connector.
  3. Hello everyone my PowerBook has what looks like screen ghosting Here are some pics Can anyone confirm that this is screen ghosting or atleast point me in the right direction Regards Challenger
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