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Need help identifying a component on logic board

i have a client who spilled a whater on her MacBook Pro a1278.

I noticed that there was a 330U SMD burned on the logic board near the display cable, and was wondering if anyone could help me identify it.

Here's a photo with a to the component named 330U.

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thanks for any help!

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There are 12 machines with the A1278 designation, care to be more specific? Please look at you photo posting as you have many red boxes on it.


Thank you friend, the doubt was on this same component , sorry no formecer more details in my question because I am new to the forum .


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@rocha2007 you are not providing enough information to properly identify the component. You added an image that has only markings on the connectors, not a missing component. It is important to provide as much information as possible whenever you have a question like this one.

If this is indeed your board than it is a 820-2327 and if the component that I pointed out, is the right one, than you are looking at L6995. It is a series CDPH4D19FHF-SM 33UH 20% 0.44A 0.455OHM fixed inductor. Not quite identical as the one in my answer on the question mayer linked to.

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Check Old Turkeys answer on this question: Diode or transistor fell off..

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