MacBook Pro early 2011 Jā fuse burn

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    krishnajha

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    Hi, today one of my macbook pro's smell like some component have burned, after opening and looking for the problem I have found that what I think is a fuse, have burned down, searching I have found it says on top "jā" and its above the macbook fan.
    I want to know if its dangerous to still use that macbook, everything works normally, and if someone know for what is that fuse or component, and if its repairable. bW4jPWu5LTjGFhqM.huge.jpeg
    Thank you in advance
     
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    Got an answer in iFixit, thank you if anyone sees these post, the part burn "
    That is reference designator C6603 which is a 100UF 6.3V 20% Tantalum capacitor in a Case-AL1 package.

    It is parts of your speaker amp circuitry."
     

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