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Do MacBook Pros have a capacitor in the them

I need help I want to take apart my mac book pro but I don't know if it has a capacitor in it and if so does that capacitor hold a charge large enough to be dangerous to humans

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There are several hundreds of them, all harmless as none of them goes above 20 volts.

Recent MacBook laptops all use LED backlight, so there are no high voltages anywhere in the device.

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Yes it has one. Helps hold your settings. Why would you want to put your grubby fingers on the logic board to find it? No it won't hurt you, but I might, if you stick you fingers on the logic board without being aware of ESD damage that you might cause.

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