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Macbook Pro C7771 C9560 kernel panic repair 330uf capacitor

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$7.69

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    C7771 on 2008-2009 Macbook Pros

    C9560 on 2010 Macbook Pro.

    If you have a 2008-2009 with an 820-2532, 820-2330, 820-2610, or 820-2390 board that is dead, where C7771 is a tantalum cap that you read 0.331v on instead of 1.05v on, this might help you. Most of the time, it is a bad capacitor. It is too small and the single small tantalum cap is not fit for this circuit, it dies, and causes machine to not turn on when it gets cold. You can confirm this cap is bad with a small bit of heat - it will work again until it cools down. This cap WILL NOT FIT without some creative modifying. You may have to run a wire from the ground side to ground and have it up in the air depending on the board. On 17" models it is easier to fit in. There is no guarantee that this will repair your problem and no warranty expressed or implied if you destroy your machine.

    If you have a 2010 15" Macbook Pro with an 820-2850 board with random kernel panics, this will often fix your problem. You will have to scrape away the ground plane with tweezers or a fiberglass pen in order to make this fit. This will NOT always fix the problem, but does a good amount of the time. There is no guarantee that this will repair your problem and no warranty expressed or implied if you destroy your machine.

    Additional Information

    Compatible boards 820-2330, 820-2532, 820-2390, 820-2610, 820-2850

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    Hi.

    If the correct voltage is 1.05, then I'm concluding that this is not the famous GPU cap near the cooling rail that tends to fail. The troubleshooting info I've seen for that says the voltage on its (parallel) neighbors should be 1.5.

    Mine shows a constant 1.36V, and there's some debate as to whether that means something is bad or if it's just in power-saving mode. I hooked the board's DIsplayPort up in an attempt to prevent power-saving, but I don't know if that works...

    Any insight here? thanks
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    Hi Louis,

    Binge watched a lot of your videos recently. My Macbook Pro 5,1 (unibody, late 2008) which has faithfully and reliably served me for the past many years started randomly shutting down a week or so ago. It can't be battery issue, because the battery has been removed and the computer was running on utility. Tried with two different original Apple chargers, but the problem persists. The console shows "shutdown cause: -128". I have noticed that the screen turns off/goes dark first, the keyboard LEDs stay on for at least one second and then the computer is off. The computer boots up fine, goes to the desktop and within 5-10 minutes exhibits the same signs and symptoms. The frequency of the shut downs has increased rapidly over the past week: i.e. 1 or 2 shutdowns the first day, 5 or so the next and now it shuts down many times in the course of a single hour.

    Do you think my computer is also suffering from the dreaded C7771 capacitor problem? Or is something else. Many thanks for the awesome work!

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    Hi! Can i get a discount if i buy 3 pieces of this capacitor? 3 capacitors plus shipping is a little expensive for me in Brazil!
    Thank You very much!!
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    Hi,

    I have this model with problems: Apple MacBook Pro "Core i5" 2.53 15" Mid-2010

    https://everymac.com/systems/apple/macbook_pro/specs/macbook-pro-core-i5-2.53-aluminum-15-mid-2010-unibody-specs.html

    is ti compatible?

    Kind regards

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    My apple board is 820-2850 . I checked volt at C9560 is 0.01v not 0.331v or 1.05v like you said above. will this fix my board ?
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    Hi Louis.

    Many thanks for posting that brilliant video on replacing the capacitor on the 2010 logic board. I have 2 to repair.

    I wondered, could you tell me where on the mid 2012 (non retina) model where on the board the same capacitor is? The machine boots to a blue screen with vertical dark lines.

    Many thanks

    Hugh
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    Louis,
    Loved the video!
    I disassembled my Late 2010 Macbook Pro and found that I have a 820-2915B logic board. I looked the Q/A posts up and down and did not find the series of board being talked about. Could you shed some light on me? Will the cap replacement work on this board???

    Thanks!
    Jim Walls
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    I now is not very recent, but i would love to now if i can use thsi panasonic SMD Tantal, 330 uF, 2,5 V, 2000 h, low ESR
    https://www.reichelt.de/smd-tantal-330-uf-2-5-v-2000-h-low-esr-posc-330-2-5d-09-p145947.html?&trstct=pos_1

    Or like this
    https://industrial.panasonic.com/ww/products/capacitors/polymer-capacitors/sp-cap/ls-lt/EEFLT0D331R

    Here in europe is hard to find a 2v with 1 positive and 2 ground
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    Sam issue with macbook pro mid 2010 SR No W80125Y0AGW
    Is this capacitor working with this model as i don’t know the board No
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    Hello, I am planning on buying this and repairing my 2010 macbook, I watched the original video that said scrapping of the ground plane is required however there was a new video in June in 2018 that says scraping the ground plane is no longer required, the description in this product however still states "You will have to scrape away the ground plane with tweezers or a fiberglass pen in order to make this fit." So I was wondering is this the new capacitor featured in the June 2018 video and I am no longer required to scrap at the ground plane? or should I still do that anyways? Thanks for your time.
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    I have a MacBook Pro 8.2 early 2011 that shows me when the graphics card AMD Radeon HD 6490M is requested: Kernel GPU Issue. Is it a capacity problem? if so, is this capacity suitable for my motherboard? Thank you.
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    I now is not very recent, but i would love to now if i can use thisi panasonic SMD Tantal, 330 uF, 2,5 V, 2000 h, low ESR
    https://www.reichelt.de/smd-tantal-330-uf-2-5-v-2000-h-low-esr-posc-330-2-5d-09-p145947.html?&trstct=pos_1

    Or like this
    https://industrial.panasonic.com/ww/products/capacitors/polymer-capacitors/sp-cap/ls-lt/EEFLT0D331R

    Here in europe is hard to find a 2v with 1 positive and 2 ground
    In my macbook pro 15” mid 2010
    Thanks
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    I have the same behavior on a mid-2012 macbook pro with a GeForce GT 650M GPU. Will this fix work on my 2012 macbook?
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    Hi I was wondering if, the need to change to this graphics power rail cap is the same on the early 2011 MacBook Pro, A1286
    I have a graphics issue and not too sure what it will be,
    Only other info I can find is people disabling the dedicated graphics processor via Linux. I don’t really want to do that as I’d rather do a fix than mask the problem
    Also I’m in the UK so is there any dimensions you could give me or a replacement CAP that I could source locally?
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    Is this capacitor polarized and if so which side is positive? I cannot see any definite markings on it.
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    I have the same behavior on a macbook pro 17" late 2011 (MacBookPro8,3) 2,4 GHz with a AMD Radeon HD 6770M GPU. Will this fix work on my 2011 macbook?
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    Afternoon Louis,
    I was wondering what the cost of this repair would be? I would need to ship it over to you. I really appreciate your work in striving to help people save $$! Many thanks,
    Lionel
    MBP 15" 2.66 (mid 2010)
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    Hey Louis,

    I am nearby your physical address in NYC. If I buy this capacitor at your store, may I use your soldering tools in store to replace this capacitor? Thank you. My MBP 2010 has a GPU problem preventing it from booting, but I don't have the tools (soldering iron etc) to fix it.

    Sincerely,
    Larry
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    I live in Colombia. Is it possible to deliver to Colombia, maybe into an envelope as sample product and how much it cost?

    Thankyou
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