Ursprünglicher Beitrag von: jostewcrew ,
zachary ortmann … your board can be salvaged. clean the pcb with some 99% isoproply and a soft bristled brush and make sure that all corrosion is taken care of. next, youll need to troubleshoot which components are shorted by taking reading with a multimeter. replace those that need replacing. keep this up until the issue is resolved. without a schematic it will be hard unless its obvious. replace the obvoious and hope it powers on. if not, youll need to google the board schematic and hope you find something to verify measurements against. if youre not able to find anything, a tech should be able to salvage. depending on what they will charge will be what determines if you should just buy another board. good luck. if you find schematics and have questions, post back with a link and pics and we can help.