Blown motherboard component, 0 ohm resistor?
Hello, so ive made a mistake on my mid 2010 macbook pro intel core duo 2.66Ghz . During a cleaning session for multiple of the laptops i work on and refurbish. I failed to realize that the battery was still plugged in to my macbook, while unplugging a display ribbon cable, the device turned on. I immediately shut it off and put it back together and noticed the LCD backlight is now nonfunctional. I have attached a picture of the only burnt component i could locate. [edited to show the location for the backlight fuse/circuit, and a more complete board view]
Is this just a 0 ohm resistor/jumper that can be replaced with a drop of solder/wire? It seems to be unmarked like the resistors around it. I have experience with microsolderong but this is a bit out of my knowledge range as to what it is.
Questa è una buona domanda?