The March 2015 update of Apple's 13" MacBook Pro Retina Display, model A1502, features fifth-generation Intel Core i5 and i7 processors and introduces the Force Touch trackpad.

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Identify cracked inductors on logic board (A1502)

There are 2 cracked inductors on my logic board (MB Pro Retina A1502) but I cannot find out their details so that I can order new inductors and replace them on my own.

It would be a great help if someone could help me with.

My Macbook: Macbook Pro Retina display 13" (early 2015)

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How did they get broken?

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I threw my macbook to the wall. :(

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@giaihai red square is a 22UH-20%-2.4A-0.105OHM (DEM8030C) inductor and yellow square is a 10UH-20%-1.4A-0.17OHM (PST041H)

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L7720 10UH-20%-1.4A-0.17OHM + L7710 22UH-20%-2.4A-0.105OHM

L7710 is the bigger one. Usually inductor casings crack, and the inductor is still fine. L7720 is for keyboard backlight and L7710 for LCD backlight, so if the MacBook is dead, replacing these won't solve your problem.

Get a schematic and board view for 820-4924

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You should search and find the schematic of this model.

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