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  • 820-00239-A No Power

    Good Day,

    I am new to macbook PCB Repair but I usually fix iPhone and iPad PCB so I have some knowledge and skill . Please bare with me.


    I have a Macbook 820-00239-A board which got water damaged now we have no power.

    With battery disconnected and charger plugged in

    PP3v3_G3H - Present (3.4v)
    PPBUS G3H - Present (13.xxv)
    PM_SLP_S5_L - Missing (0v)
    PP3v3_SUS - Missing (0v)

    Can anyone assist me with this repair?

  • #2
    Okay so after some checking I see that allot of the lines missing have switches powered by pp3v3_s5 in common so I am guessing that is missing (will check when I get to the office. Providing that is missing I will have to check the lines at U3400. Can anyone correct me if I am wrong?

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    • #3
      3V3_SUS must appear before 3V3_S5.
      Where was the spill?
      Check PM_BATLOW_L, PCH_INTRUDER_L, PM_DSW_PWRGD, PM_SLP_SUS_L, RTC_RESET_L, PCH_SRTCRST_L.
      Do you get 32KHz from U1900 for PCH?
      Also check presence of PP3V0_G3H (RTC voltage).

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      • #4
        Thanks for your reply. I will check the lines you mentioned when i get to the shop but I don’t have an oscilloscope so i won’t be able to check the signal . Maybe i’m reading something wrong because I swore I saw in the schematic that 3v3_s5 enables 3v3_sus.

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        • #5
          Sorry never mind you are right about the 3v3_SUS. I will check the others when I get in.

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          • #6
            PM_BATLOW_L = 3.3v
            PCH_INTRUDER_L = 2.8v
            PM_DSW_PWRGD= 3.4v
            PM_SLP_SUS_L= missing
            RTC_RESET_L= 3v (found a shorted cap while measuring , was 110mv before)
            PCH_SRTCRST_L= 3v
            PP3V0_G3H= 3v

            as i type PM_SLP_SUS is back now that i removed the bad cap
            3V3_S5 is back
            3V3_SUS is back

            I think I may have just repaired this overpriced macbook. will update you

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            • #7
              okay so we have powerr!!!! Now we have a blinking folder with a question mark

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              • #8
                Okay so every thing was great! Powered on and I found the reason for the folder. Macbookbook was booting. Put the board back in, screw it up and no power again. Now I have OL on PP3v3_G3H. PLEASE help

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                • #9
                  You must pay more atention with the screws.
                  Possibly some of them damaged the board; inspect any area corresponding to the screws.
                  Check again the board alone on the desk; maybe some peripheral device makes problems...

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                  • #10
                    Okay I think I have narrowed the problem down. Okay so I pulled down the system to inspect. No long screw damage. Al ways are there so I decide to to put it back up and it works. Used it for about an hour turning it off and on to make sure everything is good. Turn it off and install the 3 antenna wires and no power again. When I check the 50_0_ANT, 50_1_ANT and 50_2_ANT all have a beep for short to ground. Is this a norm because of low resistance? The laptop is back at no power state.

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                    • #11
                      Got it sorted thank you

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                      • #12
                        Leave a feedback with the solution of the last issue.
                        This can help someone else in the future...

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                        • #13
                          Well firstly the beep on the ANT lines is normal. I tested on another board.

                          I pulled the unit back down then assembled it again and it worked.

                          The bad cap on RTC_RESET_L fixed the problem

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