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Help with identifying components on logic board

Recently I connected my audioOut to a doggy Amplifier. A high voltage coming from the Amp destroyed my audio output, so that only one of the two channels is still working.

When I opened my computer today I found one component melted and signs of heat very close to the output.

Is anyone able to identify it and its function?

Is it possible to get replacement parts and solder it?

Thanks

Martin

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thank you guys a lot. I'm gonna try the fix a.s.a. I get some spare time the next couple of weeks. I guess the iron shouldn't be to long on the board.

What temperature do you recommend for soldering?

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oldturkey will surely tells you what exactly you need to order.

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my bad, faulty part is the DZ6706 but the pins out is the same than the DZ6704.

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Lemerise is absolutely correct. The burned component is DZ6706. That is a 6.8V 100PF Zener Diode in a 0402 package. Mouser has them as part number750-CZRFR52C6V8

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easy repair if nothing else is damaged.

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yup, looks straight forward. How is Quebec this time of year? Tons of snow and frost:-)?

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not much snow but it's cold. Keep warming by the hot air station hi hi hi...

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Do you know about DZ18 on Iphone 5 (6.8V - 100pF 01005)

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Hector check your question on here find the part number DZ 18

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Martin will be eternally grateful.
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