Battery not charging after water damage...replace missing components?
Continuing my cleanup/repair of 2 rMBP 15" machines suffering liquid damage, I'm wondering if there's anything I can do to repair logic board components on one that had some residue and a component or 2 detached after cleaning up. This machine will not recognize or charge the battery. In visually comparing the 2 boards, I notice 1 or 2 components have been knocked off the board in question. Is this something I can repair, along w/ replacing the backlight fuse?
The missing component(s) are right in the center of the attached picture. This pic is of the top side of the board, by the left fan (as you look from the upright orientation). Sorry I don't have an arrow, but those of you familiar might recognize where they're missing. There are 2 sets of empty solder pads between the chips, just above the "R33V" chip, and perhaps some add'l components missing to the left of those 2 sets. Can anyone tell me what is doable here, and what components to buy, if that's possible?
Is this a good question?