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Display fix with capacitor?

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Hoping to revive a MacBook with a dead display. To be clear, the computer appears to run ok with an external monitor, but main display is totally black. I tried resetting the display connector and found a blown component - is it a capacitor? What part number should I try to replace it with? Is it worth trying? I’ve soldered a few small components before, but this is pushing it. Main board is 820-3547-A. Thanks for any help!
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update:
Just adding some pictures of the final solder job here. Pretty horrific, so it’s amazing it works. Sorry pictures are not great, don’t really have a proper microscope or anything, this was using a cheap loupe and my phone.
Old blown component still in place:
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Desoldered old component, only seeing 2 pads here that are kind of offset, so pretty sure a 4-pad 0806 is not the right component…
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New component soldered in, but really it’s just a huge glob of solder, so it’s probably just bypassing the new component:
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MacBook Pro 15" Retina Display Late 2013

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Editado por: Trevor Kemp ,

Título:

Display fix with capacitor?

Texto:

Hoping to revive a MacBook with a dead display. To be clear, the computer appears to run ok with an external monitor, but main display is totally black. I tried resetting the display connector and found a blown component - is it a capacitor? What part number should I try to replace it with? Is it worth trying? I’ve soldered a few small components before, but this is pushing it. Main board is 820-3547-A. Thanks for any help!
[image|1805629]
[image|1805631]
[image|1805630]
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+update:
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+Just adding some pictures of the final solder job here. Pretty horrific, so it’s amazing it works. Sorry pictures are not great, don’t really have a proper microscope or anything, this was using a cheap loupe and my phone.
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+Old blown component still in place:
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+[image|2049061]
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+Desoldered old component, only seeing 2 pads here that are kind of offset, so pretty sure a 4-pad 0806 is not the right component…
+
+[image|2049062]
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+New component soldered in, but really it’s just a huge glob of solder, so it’s probably just bypassing the new component:
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+[image|2049063]

dispositivo:

MacBook Pro 15" Retina Display Late 2013

Status:

open

Mensagem original de: Trevor Kemp ,

Título:

Display fix with capacitor?

Texto:

Hoping to revive a MacBook with a dead display. To be clear, the computer appears to run ok with an external monitor, but main display is totally black. I tried resetting the display connector and found a blown component - is it a capacitor? What part number should I try to replace it with? Is it worth trying? I’ve soldered a few small components before, but this is pushing it.  Main board is 820-3547-A. Thanks for any help!

[image|1805629]

[image|1805631]

[image|1805630]

dispositivo:

MacBook Pro 15" Retina Display Late 2013

Status:

open