I have reseached this on Apple's site, and even given it to Autorized apple support in my town. Still, the cube will just shut down sometimes, come on by itself, and generally act like a rebellious child. Then, for two weeks, it's fine. Apple's solution was to wiggle the DC power converter card in place. Any other ideas? I have no other electromagnetic sources nearby to confuse the pizoelectric switch.<br><br>
#2800 - 11/17/0101:35 PMRe: cube turns itself on, off
This was happening to my cube long ago.. i fixed it (for me) it was a problem with the power button on the top of the cube I can take a look at it when i get home...<br><br>Oni<br><br>We got death star, We got death star
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