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Asrock P67 pro3 has a broken component

Hi Folks,

My friend has came across with his broken PC where I've found a burned out component on the Motherboard Asrock P67 pro3 , but wasn't able to read a top layer with model on it. Can someone give an advice which micro-component should I get for a replacement? Thank you :)

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Hi Tarlan Isaev (organic)

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are you referring to this? based on the circuit F5, it is a fuse

normally fuse blow can be due to surge or faulty ICs / transistor that draws alot of power and yea....

else the arrow you pointed could be a smd capacitor,

you need to get schematics to know the actual value of the components.

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Hi Augustine,

Thank you for getting back :)

I'll have a look to the schematic of it, hopefully it's not so hard to find out :)


Hi Augustine,

Eventually I ordered a wrong fuse. So I decided to solder a tiny wire between two pins and finaly the motherboared has became alive :)

Again thank you very much :)


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