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Binary_Kramer

 
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Hello, this is my first post and I know that many are probably tired of hearing this question posted, however I couldn't work the search properly or just didn't come up with the answer I needed. The have a Logic Board from a Mac Book Pro 13 it is a 2011 model I believe. Coffee was spilled on it, and it is not powering on or anything.

I have soaked, and cleaned the board in denatured alcohol, and removed the corrosion with a toothbrush, and it is now dry.

My question is, where do I touch my multimeter testing points on this logic board to find where my troubles are coming from. I am not familiar with using a multimeter so a settings suggestion wouldn't hurt either.


I want to know how I test various points to find a bad capacitor, or other various components.

I have access to the following; hot air rework station a digital multimeter, and I can purchase parts if needed.

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