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[SOLVED]820-2936 ppbus_g3h 16v

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  • [SOLVED]820-2936 ppbus_g3h 16v

    Liquid Damaged 820-2936 no green light, no fan spin. I cleaned up corrosion around ISL6259 , LCDS connector, U5400 and Q5300, Q4262 was corroded and replaced from donor board, a few misc caps and resistors replaced due to corrosion (mostly around U5400 and Q5300).

    Plugged back in and got Green light and Fan Spin, That means I am done right Louis?

    I put the logic board back into chassis and ran ASD which failed with "SMC IO failed" on test Th1H.

    I checked PPBUS_G3H and discovered its 12.2V. Reflowed the SMC and now PPBUS_G3H is 16V???

    I removed F7040 so I could take some measurements around ISL6259 and MOSFETS without the 16V causing damage, but with F7040 removed PPBUS_G3H is 12.50V

    Any thoughts anyone?

    Thanks
    Last edited by BMarden; 02-11-2017, 10:38 PM.

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    Put back F7040 and measure again. 16V will not cause damage on PPBUS. Also check sense resist circuits for ISL6259.

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    • #3
      Sense circuits look good bottom R7051 R7052 is 3.4Ohm, from R7021 to R7022 is 21 ohm.

      I was measuring around PPBUS MOSFETS and magically PPBUS_G3H went to 12.68, so I hit all the points I was measuring with solder and Re&Re the ISL6259

      All is good now ASD passed

      Thanks

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