Trying to replace a blown capacitor
I'm new to Macs, but I just picked up a Macbook for super cheap due to 3 blown capacitors. I just got a brand new soldering station, the Weller WES51, with a very small tip, so I've got most of the necessary equipment. The blown capacitors in question are SMD, very very small. One of the capacitors I'm having trouble with. I desoldered it, but I'm not sure how the orientation should be for the new one. I've posted a picture where it should be. It looks like the right pad is missing, but I'm not sure. Can I just solder one end of the capacitor to the ball at the end of the metal strip, as shown in the picture? The strip extends from beneath one of the pins on the keyboard connector. Can anyone confirm this? Or, is there any way someone could post a high-resolution image from their Macbook white logic board?
Thanks for any help!
Is this a good question?