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Macbook Pro 2009 17 / 820-2390-A attempt to repair liquid spill

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  • dukefawks
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    PM_PWRBTN_L toggling when you short the power on pads?

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  • nikwest
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    Sorry, for the long silence. I have been swamped with work.
    I don't think I shorted anything, but I measured everything again. Status is like given in my first post. It also doesn't turn on with the PWR BTN pads.

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  • dukefawks
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    Did you short things out when measuring? Need to start form the beginning now, PPBUS, 3V3_S5, 1.05V, etc.

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  • nikwest
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    Thanks, that was a good hint. I changed to the 85W charger and then when I shorted the pads the fans spun up for a minute. However they stopped again while I tried to measure the missing power rails.
    Now the fans not spinning up again and I am back to where I was before.
    PM_PWRBTN_L only goes low while the pads are shorted or will it stay low?

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  • dukefawks
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    You check PM_PWRBTN_L when you short the pad on the board, it should go low. Also make sure you use a REAL 85W charger!

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  • nikwest
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    Yes, I have 1.05V on C7771 Pin 2.
    I completely removed the logic board from the housing. No keyboard connected. However I just connected the board with the power supply, but did not manually power on the board with the pads.
    I just tried to do that now, but that did not change anything. PP5V_S3_REG, PP3V3_S3_FET and PM_SLP_S4_L are still 0V.
    Is there a way to verify that I have powered on the board correctly? I just connected the two 'PWR BTN' pads for a couple of seconds.

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  • dukefawks
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    Got 1.05V on C7771? Did you use the pads on the board to power on to eliminate a bad keyboard?

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  • Macbook Pro 2009 17 / 820-2390-A attempt to repair liquid spill

    - I cleaned the board, there where some small areas where you could see a bit of liquid damage. After cleaning it looks ok.

    - Light from power adapter is green

    - Checked the following power rails:

    PPBUS_G3H: 8.4V
    PPVIN_S5_CPU_IMVP_ISNS: 8.4V
    PP18V5_DCIN_CONN: 17.1V
    PP3V42_G3H_REG: 3.4V

    PP5V_S3_REG: 0V
    PP5V_S0_REG: 0V
    PPVCORE_S0_CPU_REG: 0V

    PP3V3_S5_REG: 3.3V
    PP3V3_S3_FET: 0V

    Tried to get to the source why PP5V_S3_REG is 0V.
    - Checked U7201(TPS51220) enable:
    - EN1: 0V
    - EN2: 3.4V

    Followed EN1 / P5VS3_EN which is same as PM_SLP_S4_L (double checked voltage also 0), which ends in U1400 (MCP79).

    My only idea left is that the C7812 could be broken and pulls PM_SLP_S4_L to ground. But C7812 looks like it is not put on the board (there was a No Stuff comment on the diagram).

    Followed source where PP3V3_S3_FET is supposed to come from. Ended up at Q7910. Source of the MOSFET is PP3V3_S3_P3V3S3FET, which I measured 3.3V. P3V3S3_SS is around 3.15V, which if I understand it correctly explains that the MOSFET switches PP3V3_S3_FET off. Then I tried to figure out why P3V3S3_SS is 3.15V. This is due to P3V3S3_EN is 0V.
    P3V3S3_EN is PM_SLP_S4_L and so the reason is the same as above.

    Now I'm stuck as I cannot tell why PM_SLP_S4_L is 0V. If anybody has some ideas what to do, I would greatly appreciate it.



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