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3rd Generation high performance tablet computer released by Apple in October 2018. Models A1876, A2014, and A1895.

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Need Help Identifying Component Q2201

Hello. I am troubleshooting an iPad Pro 12.9" 3rd Generation for no touch. There is a component that has a visible burn mark on it that needs to be replaced, but I cant seem to find what it is. ZXW Tools doesn't have any information about the component itself, only the lines connected to it and where they go.

The component is called Q2201 in ZXW Tools. Can anyone identify this component? I can't read the markings on the component itself due to the burn mark. Previous/newer generation iPad Pro 12.9's all seem to use a different component in the circuit here, so I haven't had any luck using another model's schematics/boardview to identify the component in question.

Board number for my model is 820-01435-A.

Thank you.

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Update: Luck would have it that another customer brought in the same iPad model for a screen replacement, so I took the shield off and took a look at their component.

It is marked, "FP G3" or "G3 FP", I guess. Attached is pic. Hopefully this helps someone?

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Since neither of us have schematics we can figure it out another way

If you can provide some photos of the burned chip and other things surrounding it I can find a image of a new board and give you some more information on what it is

Also here’s a amazing guide on how to add photos

Adding images to an existing question

Hopefully this helps

Any questions please ask

Thanks:-)

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Hello. Thank you for the reply. I edited the original post to include a photo from another customer's iPad that came in which is the same model as the one I was initially trying to repair. Their component is not burned, so I was able to get a clear photo of it. Description and photo in original post. Thanks.

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Thanks il let you know what it is when I find out :-)

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I cant find out from its name

Il try find a schematic:-)

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