Hi does anyone know what this "220" chip is?
My wife decided it was a good idea to throw my MacBook Pro 13" Early 2015 A1502 ECM 2835 Mother Board on the ground (I've only had it for two weeks).
I powered it ON and it works no problem.
I shook the computer and I heard something rattling.
When I opened it up, I noticed 15% of the "220" chip's top shell corners chipped. However the "guts" of the actual chip is still intact. It's just the top shell that's damaged.
My questions are: What is this chip for? and Should I replace the motherboard?
I was thinking of super gluing the chipped pieces back on, but it's pretty touch to get the chipped pieces back on just right.
Like I said the Mac powers back ON and works fine, but it bothers me to know that this "chip" is chipped (pun not intended).
Thanks, I appreciate the feedback.
Is this a good question?