Components blown up near LVDS connector. Machine will not start up now

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My macbook original problem was a black display but I could still hear the start up chime and I could also see my screen...After few research I figure out that the fuse had to be changed on my Logic board. Changed the fuse and then plugged my LVDS cable in...Unfortunately some of the components blown up and I could see smoke coming out of that location ( see picture with red rectangle) and the fuse as well is gone again.... Now my macbook would not even start. I can see that I am missing this resistor from the picture but dont know what to change it with...Any one has the same model or had the same problem can suggest a value for a resistor please???

Thanks in advance for reading and sharing your experiences :)

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Lah, not sure where you posted the picture. Use this guide Adding images to an existing answer to post images with your question. Unless we see what you see, there is no way to answer your question. What are the last three digits of your computer serial number? This will help us to identify your logic board properly.


Thanks "machead3" for your guidance...Images uploaded now :)


Thanks for the images. Now we need to know what the last three digits of your computer are so we can find the exact board schematic.


Thanks guys for the help...The serial number ends with "7F5W"...By the way is there anywhere wehre I can find the schematics of this device?


Lah, disregard my previous answer. Your serial number shows that you computer is a 2.4 GHz Core 2 Duo (P8600)

Intro Date: May 18, 2010 Disc Date: February 8, 2012*

Order No: MC516LL/A Model No: A1342 (EMC 2395*)

Subfamily: Mid-2010 Model ID: MacBook7,1

Std RAM: 2 GB Std VRAM: 256 MB

Std Storage: 250 GB (5400 RPM) Std Optical: 8X DL "SuperDrive". Any chance you can verify this?


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Lah, the part the went up in smoke is reference designator L9050. It is a Ferrite Bead FERR-120-OHM-1.5A in a 0402 package. Remember there is a reason why this part went "up in smoke" check your fuse again. It is supposed to protect the circuitry from anything like this happening. Hope this helps, good luck

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