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Please help me identify this component?

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I'm working on this MacBook Pro that had water damage. It actually boots up and seems to work pretty good. I just have one issue that I've found...the left shift key does not work. All other keys do. The keyboard has been replaced already with the same symptoms with both keyboards.
I'm working on this MacBook Pro that had water damage. It actually boots up and seems to work pretty good. I just have one issue that I've found...the left shift key does not work. All other keys do. The keyboard has been replaced already with the same symptoms with both keyboards.
 
While searching for anything on the board that might be the problem I came across some missing & damaged components. I compared them to another board I had and found the markings 2N on it and it's got 3 pins on each side. I also need to figure out where I can find the black capacitors (I think that's what they are) near it.
 
Hear are two pics. One shows the damage and the other shows the good board.
 
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
 
Logic board serial number: D92FF1NMDH2G
 
[image|378748|align=left]
 
[image|378749|align=left]

Gerät:

MacBook Pro 13" Unibody Early 2011

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open

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Bearbeitet von: TronicsFix ,

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Please help me identify this component?

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I'm working on this MacBook Pro that had water damage. It actually boots up and seems to work pretty good. I just have one issue that I've found...the left shift key does not work. All other keys do. The keyboard has been replaced already with the same symptoms with both keyboards.
I'm working on this MacBook Pro that had water damage. It actually boots up and seems to work pretty good. I just have one issue that I've found...the left shift key does not work. All other keys do. The keyboard has been replaced already with the same symptoms with both keyboards.
 
While searching for anything on the board that might be the problem I came across some missing & damaged components. I compared them to another board I had and found the markings 2N on it and it's got 3 pins on each side. I also need to figure out where I can find the black capacitors (I think that's what they are) near it.
While searching for anything on the board that might be the problem I came across some missing & damaged components. I compared them to another board I had and found the markings 2N on it and it's got 3 pins on each side. I also need to figure out where I can find the black capacitors (I think that's what they are) near it.
 
Hear are two pics. One shows the damage and the other shows the good board.
 
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
 
Logic board serial number: D92FF1NMDH2G
 
[image|378748|align=left]
 
[image|378749|align=left]

Gerät:

MacBook Pro 13" Unibody Early 2011

Status:

open

Bearbeitet von: originalmachead ,

Titel:

Please help me identify this component?

Text:

I'm working on this MacBook Pro that had water damage. It actually boots up and seems to work pretty good. I just have one issue that I've found...the left shift key does not work. All other keys do.

While searching for anything that might be the problem I came across some missing & damaged components. I compared them to another board I had and found the markings 2N on it and it's got 3 pins on each side. I also need to figure out where I can find the black capacitors (I think that's what they are) near it.

Hear are two pics. One shows the damage and the other shows the good board.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Logic board serial number: D92FF1NMDH2G

[image|378748|align=left]

[image|378749|align=left]

Gerät:

MacBook Pro 13" Unibody Early 2011

Status:

open

Bearbeitet von: TronicsFix ,

Titel:

Please help me identify this component?

Text:

I'm working on this MacBook Pro that had water damage. It actually boots up and seems to work pretty good. I just have one issue that I've found...the left shift key does not work. All other keys do.
 
While searching for anything that might be the problem I came across some missing & damaged components. I compared them to another board I had and found the markings 2N on it and it's got 3 pins on each side. I also need to figure out where I can find the black capacitors (I think that's what they are) near it.
 
Hear are two pics. One shows the damage and the other shows the good board.
 
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
 
Logic board serial number: D92FF1NMDH2G
 
[image|378748|align=left]
 
[image|378749|align=left]

Gerät:

MacBook Pro 13" Unibody Early 2011

Status:

open

Ursprünglicher Beitrag von: TronicsFix ,

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Please help me identify this component?

Text:

I'm working on this MacBook Pro that had water damage. It actually boots up and seems to work pretty good. I just have one issue that I've found...the left shift key does not work. All other keys do.

While searching for anything that might be the problem I came across some missing & damaged components. I compared them to another board I had and found the markings 2N on it and it's got 3 pins on each side. I also need to figure out where I can find the black capacitors (I think that's what they are) near it.

Hear are two pics. One shows the damage and the other shows the good board.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

[image|378748|align=left]

[image|378749|align=left]

Gerät:

MacBook Pro 13" Unibody Early 2011

Status:

open