MacBook Pro :: Wehere Is The Closed Sleep Sensor On Pre-unibody Mbp?

Apr 7, 2010

I just replaced the bezel on my girl's MBP, pre-unibody, A1260 LED backlit display, and it no longer senses that the lid is closed and goes to sleep. Does anyone know where this sensor is?

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I wanted to use a MB in desktop mode, with a wireless mouse, keyboard, and external monitor. With the lid closed, and the external monitor as the only screen (main screen), will the MB heat up? I know it might have been an issue in early Leopard stages, but there were glitches where doing this desktop mode will cause the notebook screen to go dark and you have to reboot if you want to use the notebook's screen instead or with the desktop screen. Does this happen with the MBs now?

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I did some google searches, but could not find anything that was exactly my issue. I have a 2008 MBP unibody. If the MBP is on battery only and I close the lid, the notebook shuts down completely. This is even when the battery is fully charged. However if while plugged in and I do the same, the computer "sleeps" as advertised. I have reset both the SMC and PRAM to no avail. The main thing that bothers me is it seems like when this happens on battery, its almost as if the computer is getting a hard shut down. The machine acts as if the battery was pulled while the lid was closed and this is obviously not good for the hardware or sofware.

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Jun 27, 2010

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When I close the lid, the screen shuts off and it goes to sleep for maybe a few seconds, then suddenly, the screen will come back on (apple logo on the back will illuminate again). When i open the screen just a crack, i can see it is indeed not asleep and the desktop is displayed on the screen.

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May 3, 2012

Looking through some previous threads, I couldn't seem to find a set of circumstances that exactly mirrored what I'm encountering. I have reset the SMC and disabled the "awake with lid opening" function in terminal to no avail. Hoping to find any insight. So this is the typical path leading up to the symptom. 

End of the day. Shut down all of my programs save for Finder. Eject all drives. Unplug the computer and put it to sleep. (The symptom occurs whether I put the system to sleep through the OS or simply close the lid.) 

I put the computer in my briefcase and drive home. Occasionally, I'll open up my briefcase to find the computer is incredibly hot and running while closed and enclosed in said briefcase. It's been a minor annoyance up to this point, but yesterday I found it literally hot to the touch and with a completely discharged battery when I went to grab it yesterday.  

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May 18, 2012

I have just sent my MacBook Pro for servicing because my hard disk was corrupted by an anti-virus file (the irony...). I just got it back today and I found out that when I closed the lid, it just would not sleep. I did not have this problem previously. I came to the community to see of there was a solution, I did find a solution, by resetting the System Management Controller (SMC) but the problem still occurs. Any solutions? I'm unsure wether I did do the steps wrongly. I carefully followed all the steps except for one which I quote "If your Mac appears to be running normally but isn't responding, force the computer to shut down by pressing the and holding the power button for 10 seconds." Under (Before Resetting the SMC). 

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May 27, 2012

My macbook pro (early 2011) won't go to sleep when I close the lid ever since I upgraded to Lion (10.7.4) from Snow Leopard (10.6.8). The computer will still sleep when I click on "sleep" from the Apple menu. The computer just won't automatically sleep when I close the lid.

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Info:
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2. Various times have i closed the lid of my MacBook Pro and then re open it and the screen is still on and it has not entered the Login screen.

3. If i click the Sleep option on the apple menu it goes to sleep, so i close the lid but it eventually wakes up out of the blue.

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My MBP seems to want to re-awaken itself after I make it go to sleep by closing the lid!  

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Mar 5, 2010

My MacBook Pro started being weird yesterday. First of all the space bar stopped working - it wouldn't respond at all, or it would act like it was being held down, even though it wasn't.

Now it won't sleep - at all. If I close the lid, the light stays solid, dims once, then comes back solid, and the computer turns back on (the Apple logo lights back up etc). If I choose Sleep from the Apple menu with the screen open - the same thing happens, it sleeps for a second, then wakes back up.

I've reset the SMU and PRAM. I can't think of anything else to do.

This computer is currently on eBay and someone has bid �1,400 on it, I don't want to send it away knowing it has a problem.

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Mar 12, 2012

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