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Q1403 is a CSD68815W15 Q4 power MOSFET for the power/battery circuitry. Here is the datasheet [document|2711] Does not look like that you can bypass it. I suggest that you replace it cost is around $10 for 3. It is a BGA IcIC and therforetherefore will require some goodgood/different soldering techniques. If you do not have the tools for this job, consider sending it someone that does boardlevel repair.
Q1403 is a CSD68815W15 Q4 power MOSFET for the power/battery circuitry. Here is the datasheet [document|2711] Does not look like that you can bypass it. I suggest that you replace it cost is around $10 for 3. It is a BGA IcIC and therforetherefore will require some goodgood/different soldering techniques. If you do not have the tools for this job, consider sending it someone that does boardlevel repair.

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Q1403 is a CSD68815W15 Q4 power MOSFET for the power/battery circuitry. Here is the datasheet [document|2711] Does not look like that you can bypass it. I suggest that you replace it cost is around $10 for 33. It is a BGA Ic and therfore will require some good soldering techniques. If you do not have the tools for this job, consider sending it someone that does boardlevel repair.
Q1403 is a CSD68815W15 Q4 power MOSFET for the power/battery circuitry. Here is the datasheet [document|2711] Does not look like that you can bypass it. I suggest that you replace it cost is around $10 for 33. It is a BGA Ic and therfore will require some good soldering techniques. If you do not have the tools for this job, consider sending it someone that does boardlevel repair.

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Q1403 is a CSD68815W15 Q4 power MOSFET for the power/battery circuitry. Here is the datasheet [document|2711] Does not look like that you can bypass it. I suggest that you replace it cost is around $10 for 3

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