820-3115-B - Need to hold down power button to turn on

Antonio

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After having the battery in for a bit, i'm noticing a high pitched whine coming from the battery connector area. Everything still seems to be running great, but the noise leads me to believe something isn't finished... Any ideas?
 

Antonio

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It's only there with the battery in. I tried with a few different batteries and it still does it. Had it running on battery for a few hours now and it's still running at least!
 

larossmann

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I can't seem to get good contact with any of the pins on U7000. There's a bunch of sticky leftover flux crap that I can't seem to get out of this area, which is blocking me from making sold enough contact with anything to measure properly through. Any tips to clean it up? Q tips just rip apart and leave me with an even messier area, so i'm not gonna try that again :p

hot air at 500f and air as high as it can go. then just dump in ultrasonic while still hot. or, toothbrush/alcohol after heating up the flux and crud.
 

larossmann

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(sorry for jumping your thread Antonio - question opportunity!!!) Louis could you also explain how can ISL send 16V to SMC? And how can we test if that happened?

The ISL6259 talks to the SMC on a 3.42v data line. The ISL6259 is also responsible for 12.6v creation which it sees on the CHGR_PHASE pin, and 16v from the charger on CHGR_DCIN pin.

If the ISL6259 dies, it can short out internally. Before R7005 blows/the charger goes out, poof... 16v right to the SMC data line.

and bye bye smc
 
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