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Blown capacitor on logic board. What is it?

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Long story short, my logic board went out. Started smelling like burnt electronics. Pulled the board out, and found one of the capacitors on the back side of the logic board was melted.

It seems like it would be fairly easy to replace, I just don’t know what capacitor it is, or where to find one. I know it looks like a D2E Case Tantalum capacitor, but beyond that, I’m not sure.

Thanks in advance!

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Titolo:

Blown capacitor on logic board. What is it?

Testo:

Long story short, my logic board went out. Started smelling like burnt electronics. Pulled the board out, and found one of the capacitors on the back side of the logic board was melted.

It seems like it would be fairly easy to replace, I just don’t know what capacitor it is, or where to find one. I know it looks like a D2E Case Tantalum capacitor, but beyond that, I’m not sure.

Thanks in advance!

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Modifica di: Brad P ,

Titolo:

Blown capacitor on logic board. What is it?

Testo:

Long story short, my logic board went out. Started smelling like burnt electronics. Pulled the board out, and found one of the capacitors on the back side of the logic board was melted.

It seems like it would be fairly easy to replace, I just don’t know what capacitor it is, or where to find one. I know it looks like a D2E Case Tantalum capacitor, but beyond that, I’m not sure.

Thanks in advance!

[image|1948473]

[image|1948502]

Dispositivo:

MacBook Pro 15" Retina Display Mid 2014

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Risposta Accettata:

+605123

Modifica di: Brad P ,

Titolo:

Blown capacitor on logic board. What is it?

Testo:

Long story short, my logic board went out. Started smelling like burnt electronics. Pulled the board out, and found one of the capacitors on the back side of the logic board was melted.

It seems like it would be fairly easy to replace, I just don’t know what capacitor it is, or where to find one. I know it looks like a D2E Case Tantalum capacitor, but beyond that, I’m not sure.

Thanks in advance!

[image|1948473]

[image|1948502]

Dispositivo:

MacBook Pro 15" Retina Display Mid 2014

Stato:

open

Risposta Accettata:

-605109

Modifica di: Brad P ,

Titolo:

Blown capacitor on logic board. What is it?

Testo:

Long story short, my logic board went out. Started smelling like burnt electronics. Pulled the board out, and found one of the capacitors on the back side of the logic board was melted.

It seems like it would be fairly easy to replace, I just don’t know what capacitor it is, or where to find one. I know it looks like a D2E Case Tantalum capacitor, but beyond that, I’m not sure.

Thanks in advance!

[image|1948473]

[image|1948502]

Dispositivo:

MacBook Pro 15" Retina Display Mid 2014

Stato:

open

Risposta Accettata:

+605109

Modifica di: Brad P ,

Titolo:

Blown capacitor on logic board. What is it?

Testo:

Long story short, my logic board went out. Started smelling like burnt electronics. Pulled the board out, and found one of the capacitors on the back side of the logic board was melted.
It seems like it would be fairly easy to replace, I just don’t know what capacitor it is, or where to find one. I know it looks like a D2E Case Tantalum capacitor, but beyond that, I’m not sure.
Thanks in advance!
[image|1948473]
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+[image|1948502]

Dispositivo:

MacBook Pro 15" Retina Display Mid 2014

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Modifica di: Brad P ,

Titolo:

Blown capacitor on logic board. What is it?

Testo:

Long story short, my logic board went out. Started smelling like burnt electronics. Pulled the board out, and found one of the capacitors on the back side of the logic board was melted.
It seems like it would be fairly easy to replace, I just don’t know what capacitor it is, or where to find one. I know it looks like a D2E Case Tantalum capacitor, but beyond that, I’m not sure.
Thanks in advance!
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Post originale di: Brad P ,

Titolo:

Blown capacitor on logic board. What is it?

Testo:

Long story short, my logic board went out. Started smelling like burnt electronics. Pulled the board out, and found one of the capacitors on the back side of the logic board was melted.

It seems like it would be fairly easy to replace, I just don’t know what capacitor it is, or where to find one. I know it looks like a D2E Case Tantalum capacitor, but beyond that, I’m not sure.

Thanks in advance!

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MacBook Pro 15" Retina Display Mid 2014

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