Water damaged logic board post cleaning
Hi everyone, I have a water damaged MBP 13" late 2011 and what sucks is I have AppleCare until 2015 Being a poor uni student I can't afford to purchase another laptop, so I pulled out the logic board (820-2936-B) and cleaned it with 100% ethanol and a toothbrush.
When I put it back together and plugged in the magsafe charger, the light turned green! Great I thought, but instead of trying to turn it on I plugged the battery back in and to my horror two components (circled red in the photos) started smoking and glowing RED hot! Needless to say I immediately unplugged the battery. But now the magsafe light only glows a very dim green and the MBP won't turn on.
I've attached photos of the logic board with the burned components, is anyone able to identify them? The top one I think is a capacitor and as you can see in the photo the surrounding PCB is glossy from the heat. The lower IC chip got so hot it bubbled and bits flaked off.
Is it at all possible for me to purchase and replace these two components? As I think the logic board is in very good condition otherwise, the corrosion wasn't very serious.
Thank you very much in advance, any help would be much appreciated!
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