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Old 07-13-2019, 13:41   #1 (permalink)
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MacBook Pro A1502 WiFi turn off


After booting pc and came on desktop, wifi works for 1-2 minutes and after turn off.


After turn off cannot turn on and the only way to reactivate it is to reboot laptop.


Macbook is on new freshly installed OSX MOjave.


Any idea to solve this problem?
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After booting pc and came on desktop, wifi works for 1-2 minutes and after turn off.


After turn off cannot turn on and the only way to reactivate it is to reboot laptop.


Macbook is on new freshly installed OSX MOjave.


Any idea to solve this problem?
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Any idea to solve problem?

I guess you already did nvram and smc reset.

although there is no report mojave cause wifi issue still you could try downgrade to high sierra.

but i think it is cause of earlier liquid damage or somethings else related to wifi module. so you could try to change it.
also there is a flex cable between mainboard and 2nd logicboard which is for hdmi , usb and sd card slot,,, where wifi module slot located too, try to change that data flex cable too.
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Alreay tried with change of wifi module\board with usb and audio and flat cable...

Macbook came in with water damage, right.

I have clean it with ultrasound cleaner, but problems still remain.
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