|Feb 25, 2010, 09:21 PM||#1|
20" iMac G5 iSight logic board help needed
I've got a 20" 2.1GHz iMac G5 iSight on my bench that doesn't power up.
I've tracked down the issue to a grenaded IC on the logic board.
The IC is an 8 pin SOIC chip, to the right of the power connector, just above the ALS connector. It is labeled UE300.
If you know what this guy is, can send me a good picture of one, or can provide me with the numbers from the IC, I can get this mac back to life.
|Feb 25, 2010, 09:51 PM||#3|
UE300 is the silkscreen designator, not the chip number.
Judging by the location, adjacent traces and damage, I'd guess switching voltage regulator, but it could be anything.
|Feb 26, 2010, 12:18 AM||#4|
If you go to apple and they tell you that you have to make a 500-700$ Logic board replacement better trash it! I had an issue with my iMac which needed one, it broke my heart, almost payed that, but if you think about it, even a Mac Mini which is cheaper than the repair cost is faster
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