Power Supply Circuit Component Failure

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What component used to be here (red circle in pic) and, where can I find another to replace it?

It appears to be a small coil of wire that was originally soldered into the bracket in the previous picture.

Really trying to avoid replacing the entire $300 Logic Board, if possible.

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@jengatron what's the 820-XXXX on your board?

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It is 820-2936-A

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@jengatron looks like your board is a 820-2936 EMC 2419. The component missing is reference designator L6995, which is a 33UH 20% 0.44A 0.455OHM wire wound inductor. It is a Toko D52LC series. You may find a replacement on Digikey.com or Mouser .com as well as many other places. This answer is just to identify the part, not to diagnose your board or what damaged the inductor.

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My hero, that's all I needed, thanks!

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