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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 05-26-2019, 02:54 PM - Thread Starter
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Well... I 🤬 up... was going to clean and re-paste my gpu and cpu, screwdriver slipped and.... damaged the mobo 😭. Anyone good with PCB components? Could I get help identifying this resistor/capacitor? Luckily the soldering pads didn’t get damaged so it’s fixable. If it matters, it’s a Dell Inspiron 7567 gaming.

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Just a small capacitor, you can solder it back yourself with enough flux and a steady hand (and something to keep the component in place so it won't stick to the soldering iron when heated ).

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Looks like something that may be able to be re-soldered on with patience and a steady hand....

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post #4 of 5 (permalink) Old 05-26-2019, 04:26 PM - Thread Starter
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Quote: Originally Posted by Martin778 View Post
Just a small capacitor, you can solder it back yourself with enough flux and a steady hand (and something to keep the component in place so it won't stick to the soldering iron when heated [IMG class=inlineimg]/forum/images/smilies/biggrin.gif[/IMG] ).
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Looks like something that may be able to be re-soldered on with patience and a steady hand....
I wish it was that simple, a few issues, is it polarized?(when I tried to place it back in place, it “jumped” and now have no idea which side goes where... secondly the motherboard solderpads are fine, unfortunately the capacitor might not be, the bottom ends are still stuck and soldered on the mobo...

I placed it back (fingers crossed) and added small(tiny) amount of solder on each side, just enough to keep in in place, put everything back together and well, the laptop turns on, functions properly (If you ignore the BODS’s)
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I wish it was that simple, a few issues, is it polarized?(when I tried to place it back in place, it “jumped” and now have no idea which side goes where... secondly the motherboard solderpads are fine, unfortunately the capacitor might not be, the bottom ends are still stuck and soldered on the mobo...

I placed it back (fingers crossed) and added small(tiny) amount of solder on each side, just enough to keep in in place, put everything back together and well, the laptop turns on, functions properly (If you ignore the BODS’s)
Not polarized. If its making a connection it should be fine.
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