capacitor or something broken


I just changed the broken monitor from an Macbook pro 2012 to a 2011 changing che lcd cable, everything went good but when i mounted all together the light charger at beginnig was smooth green light and after a couple of minutes sign off.

I examined my logic board and found that a capacitor blown off here are the picture:

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It's possible to buy it online and change it? Is this the problem?


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marcinjak9 that is not a capacitor. That is reference designator L6995 which is a 33UH-20%-0.44A-0.455OHM inductor in a D52LC-SM package. It is a critical part of your "G3Hot" supply circuitry for the DC-in and battery connection.

For replacement you want to check places like this and here as well.

The replacement part will have to be properly soldered to make it work.

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Got it, i'll buy the component and try to find a professional solder in my city.

I've read that i need an air solder right?


Nope. Any good soldering iron will work. Small tip good temp control and flux will get it back in place.


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