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Titel:

Help with blown display socket pins— is this repairable?

Text:

Hey y'all,
 
I've got an interesting situation with an Early 2014 MacBook Air.
 
This device had soup spilled on it and was not powered off immediately. They attempted to drain the soup out of the bottom right corner where the display connector was, and as a result, the backlight no longer works. (it is worth mentioning the screen still works, I just used a flashlight to test)
 
Upon inspection, I discovered the display connector on the logic board has 6 blackened pins and 4 completely blown ones. Not only do I not have the equipment to repair this, it's also far beyond my “pay grade,” so I was considering taking it to a local repair shop with microsoldering equipment and seeing what they could do. What I’d like to know is it this is even something that can be fixed without a new logic board, because if not, I'll just buy a new board.
 
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[https://imgur.com/a/y5HBNUA|Here are several different pictures of said socket.]
 
(hosted on Imgur because iFixit’s media uploader broke)
 
Thanks in advance!
 
'''Edit:''' Clarified a few things.

Gerät:

MacBook Air 13" Early 2014

Status:

open

Akzeptierte Antwort:

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Bearbeitet von: Reed Crosby ,

Titel:

Help with blown display socket pins— is this repairable?

Text:

Hey y'all,

I've got an interesting situation with an Early 2014 MacBook Air.

This device had soup spilled on it and was not powered off immediately. They attempted to drain the soup out of the bottom right corner where the display connector was, and as a result, the backlight no longer works. (it is worth mentioning the screen still works, I just used a flashlight to test)

Upon inspection, I discovered the display connector on the logic board has 6 blackened pins and 4 completely blown ones. Not only do I not have the equipment to repair this, it's also far beyond my “pay grade,” so I was considering taking it to a local repair shop with microsoldering equipment and seeing what they could do. What I’d like to know is it this is even something that can be fixed without a new logic board, because if not, I'll just buy a new board.

[https://imgur.com/a/y5HBNUA|Here are several different pictures of said socket.]

(hosted on Imgur because iFixit’s media uploader broke)

Thanks in advance!

'''Edit:''' Clarified a few things.

Gerät:

MacBook Air 13" Early 2014

Status:

open

Akzeptierte Antwort:

585821

Bearbeitet von: Reed Crosby ,

Titel:

Help with blown display socket pins— is this repairable?

Text:

Hey y'all,
 
I've got an interesting situation with an Early 2014 MacBook Air.
 
This device had soup spilled on it and was not powered off immediately. They attempted to drain the soup out of the bottom right corner where the display connector was, and as a result, the backlight no longer works. (it is worth mentioning the screen still works, I just used a flashlight to test)
 
Upon inspection, I discovered the display connector on the logic board has 6 blackened pins and 4 completely blown ones. Not only do I not have the equipment to repair this, it's also far beyond my “pay grade,” so I was considering taking it to a local repair shop with microsoldering equipment and seeing what they could do. What I’d like to know is it this is even something that can be fixed without a new logic board, because if not, I'll just buy a new board.
 
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[image|[tel:1831131|1831131]]
 
[image|[tel:1831132|1831132]]
 
[https://imgur.com/a/y5HBNUA|Here are several different pictures of said socket.]
 
(hosted on Imgur because iFixit’s media uploader broke)
 
Thanks in advance!
 
'''Edit:''' Clarified a few things.

Gerät:

MacBook Air 13" Early 2014

Status:

open

Bearbeitet von: Reed Crosby ,

Titel:

Help with blown display socket pins— is this repairable?

Text:

Hey y'all,
 
I've got an interesting situation with an Early 2014 MacBook Air.
 
This device had soup spilled on it and was not powered off immediately. They attempted to drain the soup out of the bottom right corner where the display connector was, and as a result, the backlight no longer works. (it is worth mentioning the screen still works, I just used a flashlight to test)
 
Upon inspection, I discovered the display connector on the logic board has 6 blackened pins and 4 completely blown ones. Not only do I not have the equipment to repair this, it's also far beyond my “pay grade,” so I was considering taking it to a local repair shop with microsoldering equipment and seeing what they could do. What I’d like to know is it this is even something that can be fixed without a new logic board, because if not, I'll just buy a new board.
Upon inspection, I discovered the display connector on the logic board has 6 blackened pins and 4 completely blown ones. Not only do I not have the equipment to repair this, it's also far beyond my “pay grade,” so I was considering taking it to a local repair shop with microsoldering equipment and seeing what they could do. What I’d like to know is it this is even something that can be fixed without a new logic board, because if not, I'll just buy a new board.
 
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[https://imgur.com/a/y5HBNUA|Here are several different pictures of said socket.]
[https://imgur.com/a/y5HBNUA|Here are several different pictures of said socket.]
 
(hosted on Imgur because iFixit’s media uploader broke)
 
Thanks in advance!
 
'''Edit:''' Clarified a few things.

Gerät:

MacBook Air 13" Early 2014

Status:

open

Bearbeitet von: Dan ,

Titel:

Help with blown display socket pins— is this repairable?

Text:

Hey y'all,
 
I've got an interesting situation with an Early 2014 MacBook Air. This device had soup spilled on it and was not powered off immediately. They attempted to drain the soup out of the bottom right corner where the display connector was, and as a result, the backlight no longer works. (it is worth mentioning the screen still works, I just use a flashlight) Upon inspection, I discovered the display connector on the logic board has 6 blackened pins and 4 completely blown ones. Not only do I not have the equipment to repair this, it's also far beyond my “pay grade,” so I was considering taking it to a local repair shop and seeing what they could do. What I’d like to know is it this is even something that can be fixed without a new logic board, because if not, I'll just buy a new board. [https://imgur.com/a/y5HBNUA|Here are several different pictures of said socket.] (hosted on Imgur because iFixit’s media uploader broke)
I've got an interesting situation with an Early 2014 MacBook Air. This device had soup spilled on it and was not powered off immediately. They attempted to drain the soup out of the bottom right corner where the display connector was, and as a result, the backlight no longer works. (it is worth mentioning the screen still works, I just use a flashlight) Upon inspection, I discovered the display connector on the logic board has 6 blackened pins and 4 completely blown ones. Not only do I not have the equipment to repair this, it's also far beyond my “pay grade,” so I was considering taking it to a local repair shop and seeing what they could do. What I’d like to know is it this is even something that can be fixed without a new logic board, because if not, I'll just buy a new board. [https://imgur.com/a/y5HBNUA|Here are several different pictures of said socket.] (hosted on Imgur because iFixit’s media uploader broke)
 
Thanks in advance!This device had soup spilled on it and was not powered off immediately. They attempted to drain the soup out of the bottom right corner where the display connector was, and as a result, the backlight no longer works. (it is worth mentioning the screen still works, I just used a flashlight to test)
Thanks in advance!This device had soup spilled on it and was not powered off immediately. They attempted to drain the soup out of the bottom right corner where the display connector was, and as a result, the backlight no longer works. (it is worth mentioning the screen still works, I just used a flashlight to test)
 
Upon inspection, I discovered the display connector on the logic board has 6 blackened pins and 4 completely blown ones. Not only do I not have the equipment to repair this, it's also far beyond my “pay grade,” so I was considering taking it to a local repair shop and seeing what they could do. What I’d like to know is it this is even something that can be fixed without a new logic board, because if not, I'll just buy a new board.
 
[image|1831129]
 
[image|1831130]
 
[image|1831131]
 
[image|1831132]
 
[https://imgur.com/a/y5HBNUA|Here are several different pictures of said socket.]
 
(hosted on Imgur because iFixit’s media uploader broke)
 
Thanks in advance!
 
'''Edit:''' Clarified a few things.

Gerät:

MacBook Air 13" Early 2014

Status:

open

Bearbeitet von: Reed Crosby ,

Titel:

Help with blown display socket pins— is this repairable?

Text:

Hey y'all,
 
I've got an interesting situation with an Early 2014 MacBook Air. This device had soup spilled on it and was not powered off immediately. They attempted to drain the soup out of the bottom right corner where the display connector was, and as a result, the backlight no longer works. (it is worth mentioning the screen still works, I just use a flashlight) Upon inspection, I discovered the display connector on the logic board has 6 blackened pins and 4 completely blown ones. This is faaaarNot only do I not have the equipment to repair this, it's also far beyond my “pay grade,” so I was considering taking it to a local repair shop and seeing what they could do. What I’d like to know is it this is even something that can be fixed without a new logic board, because if not, I'll just buy a new board. [https://imgur.com/a/y5HBNUA|Here are several different pictures of said socket.] (hosted on Imgur because iFixit’s media uploader broke)
I've got an interesting situation with an Early 2014 MacBook Air. This device had soup spilled on it and was not powered off immediately. They attempted to drain the soup out of the bottom right corner where the display connector was, and as a result, the backlight no longer works. (it is worth mentioning the screen still works, I just use a flashlight) Upon inspection, I discovered the display connector on the logic board has 6 blackened pins and 4 completely blown ones. This is faaaarNot only do I not have the equipment to repair this, it's also far beyond my “pay grade,” so I was considering taking it to a local repair shop and seeing what they could do. What I’d like to know is it this is even something that can be fixed without a new logic board, because if not, I'll just buy a new board. [https://imgur.com/a/y5HBNUA|Here are several different pictures of said socket.] (hosted on Imgur because iFixit’s media uploader broke)
 
Thanks in advance!
 
 
 
'''Edit:''' Clarified a few things.

Gerät:

MacBook Air 13" Early 2014

Status:

open

Ursprünglicher Beitrag von: Reed Crosby ,

Titel:

Help with blown display socket pins— is this repairable?

Text:

Hey y'all,

I've got an interesting situation with an Early 2014 MacBook Air. This device had soup spilled on it and was not powered off immediately. They attempted to drain the soup out of the bottom right corner where the display connector was, and as a result, the backlight no longer works. (it is worth mentioning the screen still works, I just use a flashlight) Upon inspection, I discovered the display connector on the logic board has 6 blackened pins and 4 completely blown ones. This is faaaar beyond my “pay grade,” so I was considering taking it to a local repair shop and seeing what they could do. What I’d like to know is it this is even something that can be fixed without a new logic board, because if not, I'll just buy a new board. [https://imgur.com/a/y5HBNUA|Here are several different pictures of said socket.] (hosted on Imgur because iFixit’s media uploader broke)

Thanks in advance!

Gerät:

MacBook Air 13" Early 2014

Status:

open