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Backlight Fuse Location on Logic Board 661-5203 of MBP 17" (A1297)

I've been looking for 2 days now... Please help ! ~~~

Trouble finding a location of backlight fuse on... (details below)

Apple Logic Board: 661-5203

MacBook Pro 17" Unibody: Mid 2009, Model: A1297, 820-2610

Serial Number: W******V8YA

Thank you so much for the support !

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Which is the correct component for F9800 fuse in... (details are below)

Apple Logic Board: 661-5203

Device: MacBook Pro 17" Unibody Mid 2009

Model: A1297, 820-2610

Serial Number: W******V8YA

Is it 2Amp 32V"' SMD 0402''' Package

or the 3Amp 32V SMD 0603 Package?

Because these pages got me little confused with F9800 & F9700 on the logic board.

But by the fuse dimensions, you are absolutely correct which is 3Amp 32VDC SMD 0603 package.

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Should not confuse you. All the links you posted are for different logic boards and different models . Yours is definitely F9800 3A 32V 603 package.

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I guess F9800 & F9700 on the logic board... it seems not to identify the constant or indicated components !

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That is correct.

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Kenneth, here is the location of the fuse. It is a 3Amp 32V in a 603 package. Please remember that this is only to identify the fuse. If the fuse is blown, you will definitely have to check on the reasons why it blew. It's a pretty big fuse and it takes quite a bit to blow it. So check your LCD connector and other components for a short circuit.

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Thank you so much for the clear and lucid explanation !!!

This backlight of the LCD monitor has been on and off for last 2 month.

so, I was using my MBP with an external monitor, but in some cases... it becomes a primary monitor...

however... eventually last week, backlight went out!

so, for me... it is an abstruse to conjecture that which component caused the short circuit.

reluctantly, at this point... I would like to put one more chance to my MBP.

Thank you once again for your time and support !

Have a happy wonderful day~~~*

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