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i have a macbook pro 2012 13" that had water damage and i need help to identify and find where i can buy a new component? its knp Lz or iz or 1z 1pin is broken photo attached
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No photo is attached. However, in order to properly identify the component, you can take a look at the take apart instructions and diagrams for your MacBook Pro from the ifixit web site.

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i have a macbook pro 2012 13" that had water damage and i need help to identify and find where i can buy a new component? its knp Lz or iz or 1z 1pin is broken photo attached
You cannot purchase that part...and even if you could...there's probably no way you could remove the "bad" part from the logic board (without damaging other logic board components)...and no way to solder on the replacement part (without damaging other logic board components).

And since this is a water damage issue...how do you know that the damage was limited to just this one component?

What you most likely need is a replacement logic board...and that's going to cost $500+.

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