Three broken components on main circuit board, help identify them?
So I have a Macbook Pro 15" Late 2011 edition, I believe with the Radeon 6770, though I cannot confirm anymore since it won't turn on. It actually overheats and it also has a magenta tint due to a broken connector. So, one fan is bad, (the one on the right if you have the bottom case off), two components are broken off, and one connector is bad.
I am trained in micro-soldering and run repair, so I can fix the damage...but I have no idea what each component is and where to buy it. I could use some help with that part.
Here follows images I took with my microscope:
First component...no idea how it broke off or where the component is. You can see it is between the lightning port and the first usb port, to the left of the left fan.
This capacitor looks like it leaked open, judging by the discoloration of the leads. This is found on the top right of the left fan. There appears to be some bulging as well, though I am not really knowledgeable enough to say whether it has damaged the run.
This one the metal bracket covering the connector snapped off. It is on the bottom left of the left fan.
Any idea what each of these are?
Is this a good question?