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How to find defective parts after coffee spill?

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I'm currently in the process of getting a MacBook Air to work again after a coffee spill.

So far, I've already disassembled it and cleaned the components with special electronics/pcb cleaner. Unfortunately it doesn't want to power on and I don't have any idea which part is causing it yet. Here are two things I've already figured out:

* The MagSafe 2 LED is green when connecting it and changes to orange (charging) after one second.
* The MagSafe 2 LED changes when resetting the SMC, so I guess the keyboard/upper case is still ok.

I already disconnected almost everything from the logic/IO board in order to exclude these parts (SSD, speakers, microphone, AirPort/Bluetooth etc.), yet absolutely nothing happens when I hold the power button. No startup sound, no fan spinning, display remains black.

Is there any way how I could find the defective parts or get it to work at all? Unfortunately I don't have another MBA to exchange parts.

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MacBook Air 13" Mid 2012

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open

Goedgekeurd antwoord:

132132

Bewerkt door: Marcel ,

Titel:

How to find defective parts after coffee spill?

Tekst:

I'm currently in the process of getting a MacBook Air to work again after a coffee spill.

So far, I've already disassembled it and cleaned the components with special electronics/pcb cleaner. Unfortunately it doesn't want to power on and I don't have any idea which part is causing it yet. Here are two things I've already figured out:

* The MagSafe 2 LED is green when connecting it and changes to orange (charging) after one second.
* The MagSafe 2 LED changes when resetting the SMC, so I guess the keyboard/upper case is still ok.

I already disconnected almost everything from the logic/IO board in order to exclude these parts (SSD, speakers, microphone, AirPort/Bluetooth etc.), yet absolutely nothing happens when I hold the power button. No startup sound, no fan spinning, display remains black.

Is there any way how I could find the defective parts or get it to work at all? Unfortunately I don't have another MBA to exchange parts.

Apparaat:

MacBook Air 13" Mid 2012

Status:

open

Goedgekeurd antwoord:

131356

Bewerkt door: Marcel ,

Titel:

How to find defective parts after coffee spill?

Tekst:

I'm currently in the process of getting a MacBook Air to work again after a coffee spill.

So far, I've already disassembled it and cleaned the components with special electronics/pcb cleaner. Unfortunately it doesn't want to power on and I don't have any idea which part is causing it yet. Here are two things I've already figured out:

* The MagSafe 2 LED is green when connecting it and changes to orange (charging) after one second.
* The MagSafe 2 LED changes when resetting the SMC, so I guess the keyboard/upper case is still ok.

I already disconnected almost everything from the logic/IO board in order to exclude these parts (SSD, speakers, microphone, AirPort/Bluetooth etc.), yet absolutely nothing happens when I hold the power button. No startup sound, no fan spinning, display remains black.

Is there any way how I could find the defective parts or get it to work at all? Unfortunately I don't have another MBA to exchange parts.

Apparaat:

MacBook Air 13" Mid 2012

Status:

open

Goedgekeurd antwoord:

131356

Bewerkt door: originalmachead ,

Titel:

How to find defective parts after coffee spill?

Tekst:

I'm currently in the process of getting a MacBook Air to work again after a coffee spill.

So far, I've already disassembled it and cleaned the components with special electronics/pcb cleaner. Unfortunately it doesn't want to power on and I don't have any idea which part is causing it yet. Here are two things I've already figured out:

* The MagSafe 2 LED is green when connecting it and changes to orange (charging) after one second.
* The MagSafe 2 LED changes when resetting the SMC, so I guess the keyboard/upper case is still ok.

I already disconnected almost everything from the logic/IO board in order to exclude these parts (SSD, speakers, microphone, AirPort/Bluetooth etc.), yet absolutely nothing happens when I hold the power button. No startup sound, no fan spinning, display remains black.

Is there any way how I could find the defective parts or get it to work at all? Unfortunately I don't have another MBA to exchange parts.

Apparaat:

MacBook Air 13" Mid 2012

Status:

open

Origineel bericht door: Marcel ,

Titel:

How to find defective parts after coffee spill?

Tekst:

I'm currently in the process of getting a MacBook Air to work again after a coffee spill.

So far, I've already disassembled it and cleaned the components with special electronics/pcb cleaner. Unfortunately it doesn't want to power on and I don't have any idea which part is causing it yet. Here are two things I've already figured out:

* The MagSafe 2 LED is green when connecting it and changes to orange (charging) after one second.
* The MagSafe 2 LED changes when resetting the SMC, so I guess the keyboard/upper case is still ok.

I already disconnected almost everything from the logic/IO board in order to exclude these parts (SSD, speakers, microphone, AirPort/Bluetooth etc.), yet absolutely nothing happens when I hold the power button. No startup sound, no fan spinning, display remains black.

Is there any way how I could find the defective parts or get it to work at all? Unfortunately I don't have another MBA to exchange parts.

Apparaat:

MacBook Air 13" Mid 2012

Status:

open