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Repair guides, support, and troubleshooting information for the 2022 13-inch MacBook Air, featuring Apple's M2 SoC. Released on July 15th, 2022 and identified by model number A2681.

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Anyone know the SMD device for this location?

When I was cleaning it, it blew off with a brush...

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@imicrosoldering This may be your cup of tea.


Was it a community meant to be ironic? This was too ambitious.


Tomoharu Kobayashi What is the board number of your logic board?



It's A2681.


Tomoharu Kobayashi Yes, that’s the model number, but what is the logic board number?


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After reassembling does the system work at all? If it does what does diagnostics tell you?

It’s going to be a while before the schematics and board-view drawings leak out of Apple or someone reverse engineers things.

I’m surprised you needed to clean the board, did you have a liquid spill? If not where was this system that got so dusty? For such a new system there really is no need to go this far. At best a can of can’d air to blow the fan blades and surfaces is about all you should need here and after a good hard year of service. I would focus on making sure the work area is clean and not sitting on any fluffy cloth like a bed spread and keep the 🐈‍⬛ off!

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