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Help identifying reference id of capacitor on logic board

I had my multimeter on battery test setting, accidently, when I went to check the voltage across a capacitor on my logic board. As you can imagine, I shorted it. I've got the schematic for the board, but not the boardview. Can someone help identify the reference id of the cap in the picture? Capacitor values are "22 1E40" I'm guessing it's a 22uF 25V cap, but I'd rather be safe than sorry. I'm going to try to order a replacement and switch it out rather than ordering a whole logic board for parts. My logic board model number is 820 3476 A. Thanks in advance.

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@cas0498 you are correct. That is reference designator C7132. It is a 22UF 25V 20% poly-tant capacitor in a CASE-D2-SM package.

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Thank you sir.


I ordered a new cap and installed it. MBP nor turns on when plugged in, thanks.

New question for you though @oldturkey03 , the MBP recognizes the new battery, magsafe light turns orange, but it's not charging. I haven't had a chance to read any voltages on the battery, I'll be able to really start trouble shooting tonight. Any ideas would be appreciated. Thanks.


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