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Help Finding Resistor and Capacitor Values on Logic Board

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Hi folks!

I have a Mid 2012 MacBook Pro with Retina display''' (A1398, EMC 2512)'''  that experienced some liquid damage. A small amount of juice got into the MacBook and completely burned out pin 1 on the internal DisplayPort connector, which I identified as the backlight power pin. (The data pins still worked and the computer still booted up fine, but the backlight was completely gone.) I was able to install a new connector but ran into some troubles. This was the first time I'd ever used a rework station, so I accidentally blew off an inductor, a QFN package, and 3 of the smallest capacitors and resistors I have ever seen. I was able to reinstall the QFN and inductor without too much hassle, but the very tiny components were blown to God knows where.

[image|1134026]

I lost half of these guys. (The ones handing on by a thread were both lost ) At this point I hope to remove all of these tiny components,  clean the pads, and use solder paste to put on a fresh set in one go.

Here is the location of the components on the logic board:

[image|1134029]

[image|1134027]

(NOTE: multimeter probe for scale)

From right to left, the missing  components are labeled as:

R9000

R9001

R9002

C9028

R9003

C9029

My question is as follows:

'''1) What are these component values?'''

'''2) What type of package do these components use?'''

'''3) Where's a good place to source parts like this?'''

Thank you in advance for your help!

Bunker

Apparaat:

MacBook Pro 15" Retina Display Mid 2012

Status:

open

Goedgekeurd antwoord:

+401445

Bewerkt door: BunkerS ,

Titel:

Help Finding Resistor and Capacitor Values on Logic Board

Tekst:

Hi folks!
I have a Mid 2012 MacBook Pro with Retina display''' (A1398, EMC 2512)''' that experienced some liquid damage. A small amount of juice got into the MacBook and completely burned out pin 1 on the internal DisplayPort connector, which I identified as the backlight power pin. (The data pins still worked and the computer still booted up fine, but the backlight was completely gone.) I was able to install a new connector but ran into some troubles. This was the first time I'd ever used a rework station, so I accidentally blew off an inductor, a QFN package, and 3 of the smallest capacitors and resistors I have ever seen. I was able to reinstall the QFN and inductor without too much hassle, but the very tiny components were blown to God knows where.
[image|1134026]
-I lost half of these guys. (The ones handing on by a thread were both lost ) At this point I hope to remove all of these tiny components, clean the pads, and use solder paste to put on a fresh set in one go.
+I lost half of these guys. (The ones handing on by a thread were both lost ) At this point I hope to remove all of these tiny components, clean the pads, and use solder paste to put on a fresh set in one go.
Here is the location of the components on the logic board:
[image|1134029]
[image|1134027]
+
(NOTE: multimeter probe for scale)
From right to left, the missing components are labeled as:
R9000
R9001
R9002
C9028
R9003
C9029
My question is as follows:
'''1) What are these component values?'''
'''2) What type of package do these components use?'''
'''3) Where's a good place to source parts like this?'''
Thank you in advance for your help!
Bunker

Apparaat:

MacBook Pro 15" Retina Display Mid 2012

Status:

open

Goedgekeurd antwoord:

-401545

Bewerkt door: BunkerS ,

Titel:

Help Finding Resistor and Capacitor Values on Logic Board

Tekst:

Hi folks!
-I have a Mid 2012 MacBook Pro with Retina display''' (A1398, EMC 2512)''' that experienced some liquid damage. A small amount of juice got into the MacBook and completely burned out pin 1 on the internal DisplayPort connector, which I identified as the backlight power pin. (The data pins still worked and the computer still booted up fine, but the backlight was completely gone.) I was able to install a new connector but ran into some troubles. I used a rework station, so I accidentally blew off an inductor, a QFN package, and 3 of the smallest capacitors and resistors I have ever seen. I was able to reinstall the QFN and inductor without too much hassle, but the very tiny components were blown to God knows where.
+I have a Mid 2012 MacBook Pro with Retina display''' (A1398, EMC 2512)''' that experienced some liquid damage. A small amount of juice got into the MacBook and completely burned out pin 1 on the internal DisplayPort connector, which I identified as the backlight power pin. (The data pins still worked and the computer still booted up fine, but the backlight was completely gone.) I was able to install a new connector but ran into some troubles. This was the first time I'd ever used a rework station, so I accidentally blew off an inductor, a QFN package, and 3 of the smallest capacitors and resistors I have ever seen. I was able to reinstall the QFN and inductor without too much hassle, but the very tiny components were blown to God knows where.
[image|1134026]
-I lost half of these guys. (The ones handing on by a thread were both lost ) At this point I plan on removing all of these tiny components, clean the pads, and use solder paste to put on a fresh set in one go. (NOTE: multimeter probe for scale)
+I lost half of these guys. (The ones handing on by a thread were both lost ) At this point I hope to remove all of these tiny components, clean the pads, and use solder paste to put on a fresh set in one go.
Here is the location of the components on the logic board:
[image|1134029]
[image|1134027]
+(NOTE: multimeter probe for scale)
From right to left, the missing components are labeled as:
R9000
R9001
R9002
C9028
R9003
C9029
My question is as follows:
'''1) What are these component values?'''
'''2) What type of package do these components use?'''
'''3) Where's a good place to source parts like this?'''
Thank you in advance for your help!
Bunker

Apparaat:

MacBook Pro 15" Retina Display Mid 2012

Status:

open

Goedgekeurd antwoord:

401545

Bewerkt door: BunkerS ,

Titel:

Help Finding Resistor and Capacitor Values on Logic Board

Tekst:

Hi folks!

I have a Mid 2012 MacBook Pro with Retina display''' (A1398, EMC 2512)'''  that experienced some liquid damage. A small amount of juice got into the MacBook and completely burned out pin 1 on the internal DisplayPort connector, which I identified as the backlight power pin. (The data pins still worked and the computer still booted up fine, but the backlight was completely gone.) I was able to install a new connector but ran into some troubles. I used a rework station, so I accidentally blew off an inductor, a QFN package, and 3 of the smallest capacitors and resistors I have ever seen. I was able to reinstall the QFN and inductor without too much hassle, but the very tiny components were blown to God knows where.

[image|1134026]

I lost half of these guys. (The ones handing on by a thread were both lost ) At this point I plan on removing all of these tiny components,  clean the pads, and use solder paste to put on a fresh set in one go. (NOTE: multimeter probe for scale)

Here is the location of the components on the logic board:

[image|1134029]

[image|1134027]

From right to left, the missing  components are labeled as:

R9000

R9001

R9002

C9028

R9003

C9029

My question is as follows:

'''1) What are these component values?'''

'''2) What type of package do these components use?'''

'''3) Where's a good place to source parts like this?'''

Thank you in advance for your help!

Bunker

Apparaat:

MacBook Pro 15" Retina Display Mid 2012

Status:

open

Goedgekeurd antwoord:

+401545

Bewerkt door: BunkerS ,

Titel:

Help Finding Resistor and Capacitor Values on Logic Board

Tekst:

Hi folks!

I have a Mid 2012 MacBook Pro with Retina display''' (A1398, EMC 2512)'''  that experienced some liquid damage. A small amount of juice got into the MacBook and completely burned out pin 1 on the internal DisplayPort connector, which I identified as the backlight power pin. (The data pins still worked and the computer still booted up fine, but the backlight was completely gone.) I was able to install a new connector but ran into some troubles. I used a rework station, so I accidentally blew off an inductor, a QFN package, and 3 of the smallest capacitors and resistors I have ever seen. I was able to reinstall the QFN and inductor without too much hassle, but the very tiny components were blown to God knows where.

[image|1134026]

I lost half of these guys. (The ones handing on by a thread were both lost ) At this point I plan on removing all of these tiny components,  clean the pads, and use solder paste to put on a fresh set in one go. (NOTE: multimeter probe for scale)

Here is the location of the components on the logic board:

[image|1134029]

[image|1134027]

From right to left, the missing  components are labeled as:

R9000

R9001

R9002

C9028

R9003

C9029

My question is as follows:

'''1) What are these component values?'''

'''2) What type of package do these components use?'''

'''3) Where's a good place to source parts like this?'''

Thank you in advance for your help!

Bunker

Apparaat:

MacBook Pro 15" Retina Display Mid 2012

Status:

open

Goedgekeurd antwoord:

-401445

Bewerkt door: BunkerS ,

Titel:

Help Finding Resistor and Capacitor Values on Logic Board

Tekst:

Hi folks!

I have a Mid 2012 MacBook Pro with Retina display''' (A1398, EMC 2512)'''  that experienced some liquid damage. A small amount of juice got into the MacBook and completely burned out pin 1 on the internal DisplayPort connector, which I identified as the backlight power pin. (The data pins still worked and the computer still booted up fine, but the backlight was completely gone.) I was able to install a new connector but ran into some troubles. I used a rework station, so I accidentally blew off an inductor, a QFN package, and 3 of the smallest capacitors and resistors I have ever seen. I was able to reinstall the QFN and inductor without too much hassle, but the very tiny components were blown to God knows where.

[image|1134026]

I lost half of these guys. (The ones handing on by a thread were both lost ) At this point I plan on removing all of these tiny components,  clean the pads, and use solder paste to put on a fresh set in one go. (NOTE: multimeter probe for scale)

Here is the location of the components on the logic board:

[image|1134029]

[image|1134027]

From right to left, the missing  components are labeled as:

R9000

R9001

R9002

C9028

R9003

C9029

My question is as follows:

'''1) What are these component values?'''

'''2) What type of package do these components use?'''

'''3) Where's a good place to source parts like this?'''

Thank you in advance for your help!

Bunker

Apparaat:

MacBook Pro 15" Retina Display Mid 2012

Status:

open

Goedgekeurd antwoord:

+401445

Bewerkt door: BunkerS ,

Titel:

Help Finding Resistor and Capacitor Values on Logic Board

Tekst:

Hi folks!
-I have a Mid 2012 MacBook Pro with Retina display that experienced some liquid damage. A small amount of juice got into the MacBook and completely burned out pin 1 on the internal DisplayPort connector, which I identified as the backlight power pin. (The data pins still worked and the computer still booted up fine, but the backlight was completely gone.) I was able to nstall a new connector but ran into some troubles. I used solder paste and a rework station, so I accidentally blew off an inductor, a QFN package, and 3 of the smallest capacitors and resistors I have ever seen. I was able to reinstall the QFN and inductor without too much hassle, but the very tiny components were blown to God knows where.
+I have a Mid 2012 MacBook Pro with Retina display''' (A1398, EMC 2512)''' that experienced some liquid damage. A small amount of juice got into the MacBook and completely burned out pin 1 on the internal DisplayPort connector, which I identified as the backlight power pin. (The data pins still worked and the computer still booted up fine, but the backlight was completely gone.) I was able to install a new connector but ran into some troubles. I used a rework station, so I accidentally blew off an inductor, a QFN package, and 3 of the smallest capacitors and resistors I have ever seen. I was able to reinstall the QFN and inductor without too much hassle, but the very tiny components were blown to God knows where.
[image|1134026]
-I lost half of these guys. (The ones handing on by a thread were both lost ) At this point I plan on removing all of these tiny components, clean the pads, and use solder paste to put on a fresh set in one go. (NOTE: probe of a multimeter used for scale)
+I lost half of these guys. (The ones handing on by a thread were both lost ) At this point I plan on removing all of these tiny components, clean the pads, and use solder paste to put on a fresh set in one go. (NOTE: multimeter probe for scale)
Here is the location of the components on the logic board:
[image|1134029]
[image|1134027]
From right to left, the missing components are labeled as:
R9000
R9001
R9002
C9028
R9003
C9029
My question is as follows:
-1) What are these component values?
+'''1) What are these component values?'''
-2) What type of package do these components use?
+'''2) What type of package do these components use?'''
-3) Where's a good place to source parts like this?
+'''3) Where's a good place to source parts like this?'''
Thank you in advance for your help!
Bunker

Apparaat:

MacBook Pro 15" Retina Display Mid 2012

Status:

open

Origineel bericht door: BunkerS ,

Titel:

Help Finding Resistor and Capacitor Values on Logic Board

Tekst:

Hi folks!

I have a Mid 2012 MacBook Pro with Retina display that experienced some liquid damage. A small amount of juice got into the MacBook and completely burned out pin 1 on the internal DisplayPort connector, which I identified as the backlight power pin. (The data pins still worked and the computer still booted up fine, but the backlight was completely gone.) I was able to nstall a new connector but ran into some troubles. I used solder paste and a rework station, so I accidentally blew off an inductor, a QFN package, and 3 of the smallest capacitors and resistors I have ever seen. I was able to reinstall the QFN and inductor without too much hassle, but the very tiny components were blown to God knows where.

[image|1134026]

I lost half of these guys. (The ones handing on by a thread were both lost ) At this point I plan on removing all of these tiny components,  clean the pads, and use solder paste to put on a fresh set in one go. (NOTE: probe of a multimeter used for scale)

Here is the location of the components on the logic board:

[image|1134029]

[image|1134027]

From right to left, the missing  components are labeled as:

R9000

R9001

R9002

C9028

R9003

C9029

My question is as follows:

1) What are these component values?

2) What type of package do these components use?

3) Where's a good place to source parts like this?

Thank you in advance for your help!

Bunker

Apparaat:

MacBook Pro 15" Retina Display Mid 2012

Status:

open