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When removing battery, touched a capacitor, fried it, fixable?

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I was prying the battery terminal off, and stupidly using a thin flat small metal ruler, and subsequently touched a capacitor while still touching the battery terminal and fried it.  I'm assuming the logic board is dead but want to get some advice to see if it is repairable.

[image|503943|align=center]

This is a stock image of the logic board in question.  The red line points to the item that  I believe is a capacitor.  The original better res picture can be found here [http://s1.guide-images.ifixit.com/igi/g2HavWfpJaVTNvjR]

This is the close up, best resolution I could get but you can see the exposed copper at either end.  The capacitor essentially turned into a charred ball.

[image|504184|align=center]

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MacBook Pro 13" Unibody Mid 2009

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Modifié par : brillobean ,

Titre:

When removing battery, touched a capacitor, fried it, fixable?

Texte:

I was prying the battery terminal off, and stupidly using a thin flat small metal ruler, and subsequently touched a capacitor while still touching the battery terminal and fried it. I'm assuming the logic board is dead but want to get some advice to see if it is repairable.
[image|503943|align=center]
 
[image|503943|align=center]
 
This is a stock image of the logic board in question. The red line points to the item that I believe is a capacitor. The original better res picture can be found here [http://s1.guide-images.ifixit.com/igi/g2HavWfpJaVTNvjR]
 
This is the close up, best resolution I could get but you can see the exposed copper at either end. The capacitor essentially turned into a charred ball.
 
[image|503969|align=centerimage|504184|align=center]
[image|503969|align=centerimage|504184|align=center]

Appareil:

MacBook Pro 13" Unibody Mid 2009

Statut:

open

Modifié par : brillobean ,

Titre:

When removing battery, touched a capacitor, fried it, fixable?

Texte:

I was prying the battery terminal off, and stupidly using a thin flat small metal ruler, and subsequently touched a capacitor while still touching the battery terminal and fried it. I'm assuming the logic board is dead but want to get some advice to see if it is repairable.
[image|503943|align=center]
 
[image|503943|align=left]
 
This is a stock image of the logic board in question. The red line points to the item that I believe is a capacitor. The original better res picture can be found here [http://s1.guide-images.ifixit.com/igi/g2HavWfpJaVTNvjR]
This is the close up, best resolution I could get but you can see the exposed copper at either end. The capacitor essentially turned into a charred ball.
 
[image|503969|align=center]

Appareil:

MacBook Pro 13" Unibody Mid 2009

Statut:

open

Modifié par : brillobean ,

Titre:

When removing battery, touched a capacitor, fried it, fixable?

Texte:

I was prying the battery terminal off, and stupidly using a thin flat small metal ruler, and subsequently touched a capacitor while still touching the battery terminal and fried it. I'm assuming the logic board is dead but want to get some advice to see if it is repairable.
 
[image|503943|align=left]
 
This is a stock image of the logic board in question. The red line points to the item that I believe is a capacitor. The original better res picture can be found here [http://s1.guide-images.ifixit.com/igi/g2HavWfpJaVTNvjR]














This is the close up, best resolution I could get but you can see the exposed copper at either end. The capacitor essentially turned into a charred ball.
 
[image|503969|align=leftimage|503969|align=center]
[image|503969|align=leftimage|503969|align=center]

Appareil:

MacBook Pro 13" Unibody Mid 2009

Statut:

open

Modifié par : brillobean ,

Titre:

When removing battery, touched a capacitor, fried it, fixable?

Texte:

I was prying the battery terminal off, and stupidly using a thin flat small metal ruler, and subsequently touched a capacitor while still touching the battery terminal and fried it. I'm assuming the logic board is dead but want to get some advice to see if it is repairable.
 
[image|503943|align=left]
 
This is a stock image of the logic board in question. The red line points to the item that I believe is a capacitor. The original better res picture can be found here [http://s1.guide-images.ifixit.com/igi/g2HavWfpJaVTNvjR]
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
This is the close up, best resolution I could get but you can see the exposed copper at either end. The capacitor essentially turned into a charred ball.
 
[image|503969|align=left]

Appareil:

MacBook Pro 13" Unibody Mid 2009

Statut:

open

Modifié par : brillobean ,

Titre:

When removing battery, touched a capacitor, fried it, fixable?

Texte:

I was prying the battery terminal off, and stupidly using a thin flat small metal ruler, and subsequently touched a capacitor while still touching the battery terminal and fried it. I'm assuming the logic board is dead but want to get some advice to see if it is repairable.
 
[image|503943|align=left]
 
This is a stock image of the logic board in question. The red line points to the item that I believe is a capacitor. The original better res picture can be found here [http://s1.guide-images.ifixit.com/igi/g2HavWfpJaVTNvjR]
This is a stock image of the logic board in question. The red line points to the item that I believe is a capacitor. The original better res picture can be found here [http://s1.guide-images.ifixit.com/igi/g2HavWfpJaVTNvjR]
 
This is the close up, best resolution I could get but you can see the exposed copper at either end. The capacitor essentially turned into a charred ball.
 

This is the close up, best resolution I could get but you can see the exposed copper at either end. The capacitor essentially turned into a charred ball.
[image|503969
[image|503969|align=left]

This is the close up, best resolution I could get but you can see the exposed copper at either end. The capacitor essentially turned into a charred ball.
[image|503969
[image|503969|align=left]

Appareil:

MacBook Pro 13" Unibody Mid 2009

Statut:

open

Modifié par : brillobean ,

Titre:

When removing battery, touched a capacitor, fried it, fixable?

Texte:

I was prying the battery terminal off, and stupidly using a thin flat small metal ruler, and subsequently touched a capacitor while still touching the battery terminal and fried it. I'm assuming the logic board is dead but want to get some advice to see if it is repairable.
 
 
[image|503943|align=left]
 
This is a stock image of the logic board in question. The red line points to the item that I believe is a capacitor.
 
 
 
[image|503942|align=left]
 
This is the close up, best resolution I could get but you can see the exposed copper at either end. The capacitor essentially turned into a charred ball.
[image|503969]

Appareil:

MacBook Pro 13" Unibody Mid 2009

Statut:

open

Modifié par : brillobean ,

Titre:

When removing battery, touched a capacitor, fried it, fixable?

Texte:

I was prying the battery terminal off, and stupidly using a thin flat small metal ruler, and subsequently touched a capacitor while still touching the battery terminal and fried it. I'm assuming the logic board is dead but want to get some advice to see if it is repairable.
 
 
[image|503943|align=left]
 
This is a stock image of the logic board in question. The red line points to the item that I believe is a capacitor.
 
 
 
[image|503942|align=left]
 
This is the close up, best resolution I could get but you can see the exposed copper at either end. The capacitor essentially turned into a charred ball.

Appareil:

MacBook Pro 13" Unibody Mid 2009

Statut:

open

Message d'origine par : brillobean ,

Titre:

When removing battery, touched a capacitor, fried it, fixable?

Texte:

I was prying the battery terminal off, and stupidly using a thin flat small metal ruler, and subsequently touched a capacitor while still touching the battery terminal and fried it.  I'm assuming the logic board is dead but want to get some advice to see if it is repairable.

[image|503943|align=left]

This is a stock image of the logic board in question.  The red line points to the item that  I believe is a capacitor.

[image|503942|align=left]

This is the close up, best resolution I could get but you can see the exposed copper at either end.  The capacitor essentially turned into a charred ball.

Appareil:

MacBook Pro 13" Unibody Mid 2009

Statut:

open