Apple has posted information on it’s support Website about a worldwide program that offers free repairs to iBook owners experiencing problems related to faulty logic boards. iBook users have been reporting display problems with the models such as scrambled or distorted video, freezing or intermittent video, lines appearing on the screen, video freeze or the computer starting up to blank screen.
According to the Website, either an Apple technical support representative or an Authorized Apple Service Provider (AASP) will determine if the component failure identified for the iBook Logic Board Repair Extension Program affects your computer and, if so, arrange for the repair. The program started Thursday, January 28 2004 and covers iBooks manufactured between May 2002 and April 2003.
Go to Apple’s support site for complete details.
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