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UseDo not take out the keyboard ribbon. Use a paper clip and connect 3 and 9. If you can't see the pins don't worry, they control the keyboard, so you are unlikely to damage anything. The computer will take a while to start up but you should see the fan spinning. There is another way if you google " jump start" or " Hot wire" MBP however this has never worked for me.... on a 2009 MBP...the video is for 2008 MBP but the pads are the same. I recommend trying to keyboard method first, because you are unlikey to damage anything.
UseDo not take out the keyboard ribbon. Use a paper clip and connect 3 and 9. If you can't see the pins don't worry, they control the keyboard, so you are unlikely to damage anything. The computer will take a while to start up but you should see the fan spinning. There is another way if you google " jump start" or " Hot wire" MBP however this has never worked for me.... on a 2009 MBP...the video is for 2008 MBP but the pads are the same. I recommend trying to keyboard method first, because you are unlikey to damage anything.

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Use a paper clip and connect 3 and 9. If you can't see the pins don't worry, they control the keyboard, so you are unlikely to damage anything. The computer will take a while to start up but you should see the fan spinning. There is another way if you google " jump start" or " Hot wire" MBP however this has never worked for me.... on a 2009 MBP...the video is for 2008 MBP but the pads are the same. I recommend trying to keyboard method first, because you are unlikey to damage anything.

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