1. Crossfader

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    I need the EMMC FPC Connector, but i cant find it on the web.
     

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  2. Theorem

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    Can anyone help me identify this capacitor value (back side ALC5639 Area) which is missing on my recently bought (broken) switch ? The one circled in yellow

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  3. Rda94

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    hello
    someone could tell me the component circled in red
    I think it's a TC7PZ17FU, LJ (CT but not on
    can someone confirm
     

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  4. THplusplus

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    Hi, I'm missing three parts in the W92T36 area. Thanks to the amazing people in this thread I could already identify two of them. Part 3 might be obvious, but I'm a total amateur in electronics and I haven't found it mentioned anywhere.
    If anyone could identify this part for me (see attached picture), I'd be ever so grateful.
    The board says HAC-CPU-10 on the bottom of the front side.
     

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  5. leo_brio

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    In post #11 of this thread Matty said this interesting thing quoted above.

    I happened to short out a bunch of capacitors on my switch pro controller trying to mod it and I've been looking all over the net to find out what the values of them are but unfortunately I havn't found anything even close. In fact this thread on the Switch console is the closest.

    So when I read that Matty was telling wadsrus to use this formula to find the values it really piqued my interest. I wouldn't mind being able to reverse engineer and be able to calculate how much the value of each capcitor in each place is supposed to be without having to take pics and keep asking ppl what it is. So how do you actually do that? Is it possible using that formula?!?!? that seems so confusing to me ... does anyone know how to actually do it and explain it simply?
     
  6. Kyle90

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    Can anyone advise me which parts short circuit ? I am confused about this SD card connector.

    -I've try replace working good SD card slot & mirco sd card But still can read mirco SD card.
    -Have check near capacitor or diode no short.
    -Also have check connector no short
    -May I know is it have any ic chip problem?
     

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  7. ttarik

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    Hi, I'm also looking for the same component as THplusplus above. Highlighted in yellow in photo.

    3 x marked "42", 1 x marked "XK".
     

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    Hours of searching through datasheets later, I think I've identified them. They're all transistors (SOT-723 package).

    "42" marking = DTC043ZMT2L
    "XK" marking = RN1110MFV

    There are some others on the joy-con boards marked "49" and "69".

    "49" marking = DTC043TMT2L
    "69" marking = DTC024XMT2L

    Whoops, I'm a new member so I can't post links :( A quick search of the part numbers will bring up their data sheets.
     
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    I'm on the same boat, short of replacing the microsd lego slot on motherboard side, trying to figure out if one of the components is bad.
     
  11. cornl05

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    Hi guys, so i bought this switch which doesn't light up when switched on & with cable, i tested the voltage and it stays at 5V but no amps on the multimeter. i opened it and see this, someone tried to do something on it before.. i guess i need to replace the missing capacitor. my motherboard card ref is HAC-CPU-10, you will find attached a pic of my mobo and another one with the same ref i found in this post. Maybe you can tell me which cap is missing ? thanks a lot.

    my mobo : ibb.co/ sskpGRX
    the good one : ibb.co/ g6BKkkp

    (still cant post pics)
     
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    hello,

    need name of this component

    thank you
     

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  13. flabbaba

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    Anyone got an idea as to what this 3*3 BGA chip is?
    Pulled from the site you see here on a HAD-CPU-01 board, and with the markings +ALJ 807
    shorted component..jpg
     
  14. kxis

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    Hi guys, thanks for amazing job this community has done! I learned a lot reading the whole thread but, unfortunately, couldn't find the label to the component of my interest (shown on the pic in red circle)

    can anyone help identify the name of this component(s)?

    On some schemes it marked as SN1 627- but no relation to actual label.
     

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  15. flabbaba

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    I think they are some kind of mosfets. Are they getting warm?
     
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    Thanks for the idea, flabbaba. Unfortunately, this exact component(s) is dead in my board, so I can't know until I replace them :(
    hence the quest for its name. My next attempt is to interrogate (:D) the local repair shops, so If I manage to find one, I'll keep you posted
     
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    Did you ever find out what they were? I'm in need of some for the SMDs at the bottom of the SoC.
     
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    0.1 µF, 10 V, 0201 should work.
    Did you try to install sx core ?


    @squee666 recommends 1uf , size 0201 ( removed and mesured)
     
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  20. AshC95

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    Thanks, really appreciate it. And yeah my brother came running into my room and my door swung into me and just messed the whole installation up. *sad face*
     
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