Need help identifying burned capacitor on MacBook Pro 13 Late 2011
A couple of months ago I changed battery on my macbook pro 13 late 2011 and since i opened it i managed to change thermal paste on processor (which became hard like a stone).
Before closing it I run it opened and did a little stress test to see if everything worked fine, and it worked, but once I closed and restarted it I heard a POP and smelled something burned.
Then I heard the chime and noticed the screen remained white: no backlight issues, since I can still adjust the “amount of white” but nothing appears on screen.
The computer still works, during these months I used it as a desktop workstation attached to an external monitor, but now that I have a bit of a spare time I thought it is time to try to fix it.
It seems like there are a broken capacitor and a missing capacitor nearby the lvds connector, I gave a look at the blueprint but I’m not sure of what capacitors are they.
Can you help me recognize them? Do you think I need to replace the connector too?