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What part of the 820-3209-a motherboard is this? It's visibly blown

I spilled water on my 2012 MacBook Air 1.8 4GB 820-3209-a and had it cleaned in a crest cleaner. I can see that the sides of this have blown like a fuse. I'd like to replace it to see if the board will start working again. Can anyone tell me what this part is, and where I could find one? Thanks!

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Where could I buy a replacement?

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L7330 (inductor), 0.88UH-20%-19A-2.3MOHM

Grab a schematic and board view online, if replacing this doesn't resolve your issue.

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where can I buy a replacement?

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@paidtotrade Farnells, Mouser, Digikey, etc

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a search for L7330 as the part on all three of those sites produced no results. any other ideas?

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found the schematic and think I found the part!

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@paidtotrade yes it's an inductor with those specs. L7330 is Apple's reference.

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