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Model A1502 / 2.4, 2.6, or 2.8 GHz dual-core Intel processor / Released October 2013

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820-3476-A logic board repair

Hi everyone,
My first post here!
Long story short... I'm trying to repair an old MacBook Pro A1502 with a 820-3476-A motherboard. Apparently the problem is the burned spot in the red circle. Under the black film there are 5 capacitors like the 3 in the light blue box (marked as 68 C2D). Can anyone help me to identify this capacitor? I'm looking for a replacement.
I found the Board View file and the schematics, but I'm not an expert at all and I'm struggling to find reliable information about this component online.

Thanks for your help!

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Looks like the critical capacitor C7323 has blown. Specs for that capacitor are 68UF 20% 16V POLY-TANT CASE-D2E-SM. I'd recommend looking for the schematic and board view file online and using that for reference if you plan to repair the device!

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Thanks Zachary for your reply!

That confirms the information I have (I looked at board view file and schematics before posting here).

I was able to find some similar capacitor (same specs) online, but couldn't identify producer and model name of that specific capacitor.

I think I can use another one with the same specs as a spare, but I am not sure about the size.

Do you have an idea if is possible to buy that exact capacitor somewhere online? Another option is to buy a broken logic board and use its components as spare, but I don't think it's worth the money.


@gu1d000 I'm not sure of any places that sell the exact capacitor. I think a same spec capacitor should work, but I'm not certain. Most board repair folks tend to pull parts from donor or damaged logic board, but those can be hard to acquire. Good luck!


@gu1d000 It can get expensive if you don't have a donor board and have to find/purchase one for one capacitor. Anyhow, a Kemet cap like this one will work. Yes, it's a D Case package, but it will still fit your solder pads. IF there is any doubt, check the datasheet It has the physical dimensions listed.


Thanks a lot guys!

I looked at Mouser Electronics before but couldn't spot the right replacement. I will try with the one selected by @oldturkey03 (thanks man) and let you know! ;)


Thanks for the good advice @oldturkey03!


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