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https://imgur.com/6zUdzga[br]Here is my logic board also with blown L9000. I believe it was due to me mistakenly flipping the cable the wrong way and turning the comp on… dope.
https://imgur.com/6zUdzga[br]Here is my logic board also with blown L9000. I believe it was due to me mistakenly flipping the cable the wrong way and turning the comp on… dope.
 
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Here is my logic board also with blown L9000. I believe it was due to me mistakenly flipping the cable the wrong way and turning the comp on… dope. [br]

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https://imgur.com/6zUdzga
Here is my logic board also with blown L9000. I believe it was due to me mistakenly flipping the cable the wrong way and turning the comp on… dope. [br]

[br]
https://imgur.com/6zUdzga
 
I basically need to know which other connector on the logic board is safe to take to put in it’s place - or the exact specs of the ferrite bead to buy a replacement (I’m really struggling with all the different types it could be)
 
Would taking L4300 make any difference to anything else?

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Original post by: Benjamin Rickard ,

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https://imgur.com/6zUdzga[br]

[br]

Here is my logic board also with blown L9000. I believe it was due to me mistakenly flipping the cable the wrong way and turning the comp on… dope. [br]

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I basically need to know which other connector on the logic board is safe to take to put in it’s place - or the exact specs of the ferrite bead to buy a replacement (I’m really struggling with all the different types it could be)

Would taking L4300 make any difference to anything else?

Status:

open