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Take it in for repairs.

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Dont buy a new one as we may be able to repair. These boards are Not Complex by Industry standards and weve had excellent luck tracking and repairing them. (So Glad Apple went Intel).. Talk soon...

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The Apple logo is probably embedded in a chip; without any sign of an error, I would be suspecting the harddrive. When you first turn it on, listen closely to the end where the drive is located to ascertain whether the drive is irregularly seeking or constantly repeating the same motion. The latter means the drive cannot find the sector it needs to boot. 

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Hold down the power button for about 15 seconds... the computer will power off completely. Then you can restart... This problem is a result of a hard drive safety device that will lock up the computer to protect against sudden jolts and shocks... It's more evident when the power adapter isn't hooked to the computer...
When opening your macbook, keep it still, level if possible...that will make a difference...
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Turn on your Macbook while holding touchpad button and hold until cdrom spits out cd.

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I suspect this has more to do with flexing the mainboard than the modem. Try pushing down on the board while holding the power button down.

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