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Water Damage Diagnosis Followup

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Followup to this question:http://www.ifixit.com/Answers/View/148386/Water+Damage+Repair+%2B+Diagnosis

Basically the computer was water damaged and now it won't power on at all and the AC adapter doesn't light up when plugged in.

[image|289505|align=center]

[image|289515|align=center]

Here's the power io board, I removed it and the other side looks good. I used a voltmeter and it did pick up over 2.5V going out the power cable.

[image|289514|align=center]

[image|289511|align=center]

Here's the exposed side of the motherboard, the voltmeter did detect ~1.5V going to from the motherboard to batteries.

[image|289510|align=center]

Here's the motherboard to trackpad ribbon, it looks damaged, I disconnected it and still no change

Does anyone have any ideas what component(s) went bad? And what should be my next steps to diagnosis the problem? Will I need to reflow a bunch of stuff?

dispositivo:

MacBook Air 13" Late 2010

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open

Resposta Aceita:

+148800

Editado por: Robert Graeber ,

Título:

Water Damage Diagnosis Followup

Texto:

Followup to this question:http://www.ifixit.com/Answers/View/148386/Water+Damage+Repair+%2B+Diagnosis
Basically the computer was water damaged and now it won't power on at all and the AC adapter doesn't light up when plugged in.
[image|289505|align=center]
[image|289515|align=center]
Here's the power io board, I removed it and the other side looks good. I used a voltmeter and it did pick up over 2.5V going out the power cable.
[image|289514|align=center]
[image|289511|align=center]
Here's the exposed side of the motherboard, the voltmeter did detect ~1.5V going to from the motherboard to batteries.
[image|289510|align=center]
-Here's the motherboard to trackpad ribbon, it looks damaged, I disconnected it and still no change.
+Here's the motherboard to trackpad ribbon, it looks damaged, I disconnected it and still no change
Does anyone have any ideas what component(s) went bad? And what should be my next steps to diagnosis the problem? Will I need to reflow a bunch of stuff?

dispositivo:

MacBook Air 13" Late 2010

Status:

open

Editado por: oldturkey03 ,

Título:

Water Damage Diagnosis Followup

Texto:

Followup to this question:http://www.ifixit.com/Answers/View/148386/Water+Damage+Repair+%2B+Diagnosis
Basically the computer was water damaged and now it won't power on at all and the AC adapter doesn't light up when plugged in.
-[image|289505|align=left]
+[image|289505|align=center]
-[image|289515|align=left]
+[image|289515|align=center]
Here's the power io board, I removed it and the other side looks good. I used a voltmeter and it did pick up over 2.5V going out the power cable.
-[image|289514|align=left]
+[image|289514|align=center]
-[image|289511|align=left]
+[image|289511|align=center]
Here's the exposed side of the motherboard, the voltmeter did detect ~1.5V going to from the motherboard to batteries.
-[image|289510|align=left]
+[image|289510|align=center]
Here's the motherboard to trackpad ribbon, it looks damaged, I disconnected it and still no change.
Does anyone have any ideas what component(s) went bad? And what should be my next steps to diagnosis the problem? Will I need to reflow a bunch of stuff?

dispositivo:

MacBook Air 13" Late 2010

Status:

open

Mensagem original de: Robert Graeber ,

Título:

Water Damage Diagnosis Followup

Texto:

Followup to this question:http://www.ifixit.com/Answers/View/148386/Water+Damage+Repair+%2B+Diagnosis

Basically the computer was water damaged and now it won't power on at all and the AC adapter doesn't light up when plugged in.

[image|289505|align=left]

[image|289515|align=left]

Here's the power io board, I removed it and the other side looks good. I used a voltmeter and it did pick up over 2.5V going out the power cable.

[image|289514|align=left]

[image|289511|align=left]

Here's the exposed side of the motherboard, the voltmeter did detect ~1.5V going to from the motherboard to batteries.

[image|289510|align=left]

Here's the motherboard to trackpad ribbon, it looks damaged, I disconnected it and still no change.

Does anyone have any ideas what component(s) went bad? And what should be my next steps to diagnosis the problem? Will I need to reflow a bunch of stuff?

dispositivo:

MacBook Air 13" Late 2010

Status:

open