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Hey guys,

I couldnt find another section that made me think of people that have knowledge about the delicate motherboard parts.

I just arrived back from spain, and wanted to boot my laptop.
When i booted it, i got the bios screen etc, but all of the sudden it started to smell reall bad, and a light smoke came out of my exhaust @ my CPU.

It scared the hell out of me and i went and opened my laptop.
This is what i found:

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1 of those grey blocks where burn loose and dropped on the plastic cover of my laptop o_O

Whats on the block: 9same as the one still there)
c(the c is very small) R36
J125-01

WHAT Should i do?
Should i try to solder it back on? or where can i get a new one? It seemed only that specific block near my CPU was damaged.

any help is welcomed!
 

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You could try and soulder a new one on but the chances are its going to of messed up the whole board plus its also burnt the 2 little grey chips to the right of it and they will need replacing.

The question is, can you get a replacement board for a few £/$
 

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You could try and soulder a new one on but the chances are its going to of messed up the whole board plus its also burnt the 2 little grey chips to the right of it and they will need replacing.

The question is, can you get a replacement board for a few £/$
The 2 chips at the right arent burnt, theyre just colored by the smoke oxidation. Looking up close they look perfectly fine.

And where can i get a replacement chip?
 

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Yep, that's one. 48 amp one to. That's large then any of the R36's digi-key had.
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Yep, that's one. 48 amp one to. That's large then any of the R36's digi-key had.
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so which one should i get?

0.360.9548HM72A-10R36LFTR ??? this one? :O

The datasheet has those size value, but i dont know what amps i need. Mind on helping me out pizza?

Does the brand matter?

EDIT: noticed, they dont ship it anymore
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Im from netherlands btw, europe.

nvm, the one im looking for is: 10x10x4mm, 36UH
 

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So long as its a larger amp rating then the one before it, you'll be fine.
 

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So long as its a larger amp rating then the one before it, you'll be fine.

I called mySN and i still got warranty


Guess ill be sending it back first!
 
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