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crwdns2893794:0crwdne2893794:0 Stone ,

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Question mark and not booting, using option key leads to three beeps

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Hello

I was offered the above described MBP at a fair price with the hint, it may be defect / broken.

The current owner told me, that a SSD was inserted and after a while the MBP does not boot any longer - it is just showing blinking question mark.

I advised to hold down option after powering up the MBP and he told me, then 3 beeps can be heard and nothing happens ( more or less ).

He agreed that little bit of water was spilled on the MBP, but it was running without any problems until last week or so.

I would assume logic board is broken or is on its way to !&&*, but maybe someone has an idea on this failure.

I am working on servers and I have seen a lot of times RAM modules failing after a couple of years and I have read about weal and broken HDD cables especially in 13" MBPs.

So, any suggestion? Should I take it?

Thanks in advance,

Stone

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crwdns2893792:0crwdne2893792:0 Stone ,

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Question mark and not booting, using option key leads to three beeps

crwdns2893800:0crwdne2893800:0:

Hello

I was offered the above described MBP at a fair price with the hint, it may be defect / broken.

The current owner told me, that a SSD was inserted and after a while the MBP does not boot any longer - it is just showing blinking question mark.

I advised to hold down option after powering up the MBP and he told me, then 3 beeps can be heard and nothing happens ( more or less ).

He agreed that little bit of water was spilled on the MBP, but it was running without any problems until last week or so.

I would assume logic board is broken or is on its way to !&&*, but maybe someone has an idea on this failure.

I am working on servers and I have seen a lot of times RAM modules failing after a couple of years and I have read about weal and broken HDD cables especially in 13" MBPs.

So, any suggestion? Should I take it?

Thanks in advance,

Stone

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MacBook Pro 13" Unibody Late 2011

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