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Capacitor knocked off from logic board

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Hello guys,
 
I was doing a battery replacement on my mid-2012 retina MacBook Pro and I was a tad confuddled by how the battery connector removed.
 
On my third attempt, I managed to knock a fuse (from what I've Googled) off the logic board that was near the connector.
 
I tried Googling and using schematics to find out what that fuse does and the current / resistance measurement so I can replace the fuse.
 
I've included a link to which fuse I need knowledge on
 
[image|1492503]
 
[https://imgur.com/a/yOvZo4C|Fuse near battery connector]
 
I'd appreciate any help given.
I'd appreciate any help given.
 
Edit I: It's a capacitor, not a fuse. My Googling sucks (changed title).
 
Edit II: Additional photos attached of actual motherboard. The capacitor has a light brown strip on it.
 
[image|1492572]

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MacBook Pro 15" Retina Display Mid 2012

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Bewerkt door: Kev K ,

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FuseCapacitor knocked off from logic board
FuseCapacitor knocked off from logic board

Tekst:

Hello guys,
 
I was doing a battery replacement on my mid-2012 retina MacBook Pro and I was a tad confuddled by how the battery connector removed.
 
On my third attempt, I managed to knock a fuse (from what I've Googled) off the logic board that was near the connector.
 
I tried Googling and using schematics to find out what that fuse does and the current / resistance measurement so I can replace the fuse.
 
I've included a link to which fuse I need knowledge on
 
[image|1492503]
 
[https://imgur.com/a/yOvZo4C|Fuse near battery connector]
 
I'd appreciate any help given.

Edit I: It's a capacitor, not a fuse. My Googling sucks (changed title).

Edit II: Additional photos attached of actual motherboard. The capacitor has a light brown strip on it.

[image|1492572]
I'd appreciate any help given.

Edit I: It's a capacitor, not a fuse. My Googling sucks (changed title).

Edit II: Additional photos attached of actual motherboard. The capacitor has a light brown strip on it.

[image|1492572]

Apparaat:

MacBook Pro 15" Retina Display Mid 2012

Status:

open

Bewerkt door: Dan ,

Titel:

Fuse knocked off from logic board

Tekst:

Hello guys,
 
I was doing a battery replacement on my mid-2012 retina MacBook Pro and I was a tad confuddled by how the battery connector removed.
 
On my third attempt, I managed to knock a fuse (from what I've Googled) off the logic board that was near the connector.
 
I tried Googling and using schematics to find out what that fuse does and the current / resistance measurement so I can replace the fuse.
 
I've included a link to which fuse I need knowledge on - [https://imgur.com/a/yOvZo4C|Fuse

[image|1492503]

[https://imgur.com/a/yOvZo4C|Fuse
near battery connector]
I've included a link to which fuse I need knowledge on - [https://imgur.com/a/yOvZo4C|Fuse

[image|1492503]

[https://imgur.com/a/yOvZo4C|Fuse
near battery connector]
 
I'd appreciate any help given.

Apparaat:

MacBook Pro 15" Retina Display Mid 2012

Status:

open

Bewerkt door: Kev K ,

Titel:

Knocked off fuseFuse knocked off from logic board
Knocked off fuseFuse knocked off from logic board

Tekst:

Hello guys,

I was doing a battery replacement on my mid-2012 retina MacBook Pro and I was a tad confuddled by how the battery connector removed.

On my third attempt, I managed to knock a fuse (from what I've Googled) off the logic board that was near the connector.

I tried Googling and using schematics to find out what that fuse does and the current / resistance measurement so I can replace the fuse.

I've included a link to which fuse I need knowledge on -  [https://imgur.com/a/yOvZo4C|Fuse near battery connector]

I'd appreciate any help given.

Apparaat:

MacBook Pro 15" Retina Display Mid 2012

Status:

open

Origineel bericht door: Kev K ,

Titel:

Knocked off fuse off logic board

Tekst:

Hello guys,

I was doing a battery replacement on my mid-2012 retina MacBook Pro and I was a tad confuddled by how the battery connector removed.

On my third attempt, I managed to knock a fuse (from what I've Googled) off the logic board that was near the connector.

I tried Googling and using schematics to find out what that fuse does and the current / resistance measurement so I can replace the fuse.

I've included a link to which fuse I need knowledge on -  [https://imgur.com/a/yOvZo4C|Fuse near battery connector]

I'd appreciate any help given.

Apparaat:

MacBook Pro 15" Retina Display Mid 2012

Status:

open