Model A1502 / 2.4, 2.6, or 2.8 GHz dual-core Intel processor / Released October 2013

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Is this corrosion damage unfixable?

I already asked a similar question a couple days ago, but now I think I've found the real corrosion damage that's causing my problems.

http://imgur.com/A8CprfV

http://imgur.com/WrfkZTN

Apologies for the image quality. It was difficult to get a clear picture. It looks like two of the connectors for this little black square have been eaten away. I'm guessing this is unfixable but I was hoping to get confirmation before I scrap the thing...

Last question from me. I promise.

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I'm sorry the quality of your photos just does not allow for even an educated guess.

If this machine came into my shop I would use a whole can of Big Bath and professionally clean it first:

http://www.alliedelec.com/gc-electronics...

That failing I would send it to a specialist like Louis Rossmann:

https://www.rossmanngroup.com

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