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The March 2015 update of Apple's 13" MacBook Air features fifth generation Intel Core i5 and i7 processors, resulting in slightly increased performance and battery life.

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Pulled lcd connector pad

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i had had a water damage Macbook come in for repair. I took the LCD Connector off because I noticed it was burnt on the right side of the logic board.

anyways, I pulled the connector off and noticed a pad was gone. I looked at the trace for it and it looks like the last pin is on the same circuit. Can some chime in to tell me if I could solder the pin over to that one? And possibly provide a schematic of this connector so I know what it does

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Actually, it looks like the pad is not connected to anything, at least not on the surface. Perhaps that’s just because the picture isn’t zoomed in enough.

As for the schematic, you have to provide the logic board model number otherwise we’re just guessing.


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Sorry I desoldered the connector and seen the pad was pulled. I’m curious to know if that pad is ground or not needed for anything


This logic board is for MacBook Air 13” early 2015


I meant to say "pad" and not "connector" (see edit above).

What is the logic board model number (820-XXXX-X), you will see it silk screened on the pcb.


I updated my question with the board pictures . I couldn’t see 820 anywhere on the board


It's pin 2, NC as I suspected.


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