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  • 820-4924-a No PM_PCH_APWROK

    i have 820-4924-a water damage has green light but doesn't turn on. I started measuring around and i'm missing PM_SLP_S4_L so i watched on one of louis videos with similar problem so when this signal took me to the PCH i checked for the voltage that powers the PSH -- PM_PCH_PWROK and that took me to U1950, and there i have voltage on pin 8 (PP3V42_G3H_CSPWRGD) and pin 2 (CPUVR_PGOOD_R) and the important signal im missing is pin 1 (ALL_SYS_PWRGD) so i tried to find where this signal comes from and that took me U8160 and that component doesn't exist on the board just empty pads. This shit is confusing. Any ideas ?

  • #2
    Basics first. PPBUS? 3v3 on L7560? Where was the liquid?

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      • zockysworkshop
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        All those rails are present

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      • #5
        PP5V_S3 was missing and that took me to U7501 and from the Enable signals P5VS3_EN was missing the other 2 enable signals were present and the chip was getting power, so this took me to PM_SLP_S4_L
        and that signal was missing. That signal comes from the PCH and after based on Louis videos i was following the signal that powers the PCH

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        • #6
          Water damage affected area was from U5870 all the way across the opposite side

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          • #7
            Check if 5V_S3 is giving a pulse when connecting power. I hope you are using a REAL 85W charger..

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            • #8
              I don't have any pulse it's 0 v. I always use original charger and yes its 85W

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              • #9
                Voltages on both sides of R1300/1/2/3

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                • #10
                  All of them on pin one they have 3.3v and R1300 and R1303 pin 3 is 3.3 v, R1302 pin 2 is 3.01V and R1302 pin 2 is 3.29
                  Last edited by zockysworkshop; 12-12-2016, 04:18 PM.

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                  • #11
                    This is the area where the water was
                    Last edited by zockysworkshop; 12-12-2016, 04:19 PM.

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