Logic Board, water damage part identification help
I have been fixing up old MacBooks/MacBook Pros lately and I have a MacBook Unibody A1342 unibody that had coffee spilled on it. I have meticulously cleaned the computer, but there is a very specific spot on the back of the logic board that is damaged. I have been having a devil of a time identifying what goes where the damage is. The first images is of the full mobo. I have made the image negative, except for the region where the damage is.
The second is a close up of where the damage is.
I believe one of those little pieces that bridge wires and is soldered on the end goes there, but what are those things and is it possible to fix? Keep in mind this is me messing with something that was giving to me, not bought and 100% destruction of the mobo means nothing to me.
PS-I know some guys in my university's physics dept. that can do some awesome soldering. And for those interested the photos were taken with a Canon 60D and the close up used an extension tube for cheap macro.
I can't figure out how to put in a photo anywhere else, so I am adding the photo of the fixed mobo here.
Is this a good question?