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4 pad smd components

Does anybody know what the 4 pad smd components near the MagSafe adapter plug on the logic board are? They look like two 0402 chip capacitors stuck together side by side.

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I can't check the board rev right now, however the attached image shows two of the components, the third got pushed off trying to remove the MagSafe cable. On the board they're between the MagSafe plug and the hole where the fan goes.

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tjleps how about you post an image of that component and it's overall location as it relates to the logicboard with your question? That would allow us to see what you see. Use this guide Adding images to an existing question for that

It will also make it easier if you can tell us which logicboard number you have. It should look something like this 820-xxxx

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tjleps thank you. Post one more picture of the logic board and mark where this component is situated so we do not have to guess.

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Oldturkey, thanks for your prompt replies, I'm not by the board right now I'll try to get that info tonight or tomorrow morning. If you look at the upper right corner, the two similar components are immediately to the left of the two pairs of capacitors on the far right edge of the picture

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Yes I do recognize the components but to properly identify what they are and what their specifics are, I would need to see where they are located on the board. This is important since I do not want to guess. No rush, we'll be here. Just add the @oldturkey03 so I get notified when you leave another comment etc.

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@oldturkey03 the board number is 820-3662-A I'll upload a few more images to the post as well.

Thanks again for your help!

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tjleps sorry took me so many tries. I do suffer from OPV (old people vision ;-) Anyhow, the part you are inquiring about is reference designator FL8302 which is a Murata DLP0NS Multilayer SMD Inductor in a 03025 Case. Your particular one is a 15ohm-100mA . Not sure where you are located at but I'd check Mouser.com or Digikey.com as well as Farnell.Com. Something like a Murata DLP0NSA150HL2 should work for you.

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