1. g_d_u_m

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    Hello everybody,

    I changed the M92T36 chip and realized after reassembling everything that 2 SMD components popped out.
    I did not find them, but have been blown off the desk :(
    They are shown in the red circle in the picture attached.

    From the M92T30 datasheet I can see the top one is a capacitor with a non critical value (I put a 100nF replacement one) and the bottom one must be a resistor.
    No info on the datasheet so I tried a 10k but I get a bluescreen as soon as I power up.

    Can someone use a multimeter and give me the value measured on this resistor (no need to desolder it)? I will guess the right value by comparing with my measurement.

    Any help will be greatly appreciated!
     

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    I get 220k measured on the board
     
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    That must explain why I get 51mA from the power supply instead of 40mA.
    I need to order a 0201 220k resistor asap.

    Thanks Pintglass!
     
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    Ok, 220k SMD resistor received and soldered.
    I'm still having the same behaviour:
    - I switch on the console, I get a blue screen.
    - I enter RMC, launch Hekate, go to the battery info, both "Fuel Gauge IC info" and "Battery Charger IC info" show coherent information (with charger plugged in, and out).
    - When connected to a 2.5 amp power supply (not the official Nintendo one, I don't have it here), it shows 48mA and never goes to 0 amp then 1+ amp...

    What can I test to finally allow it to boot into OFW?

    P.S.: trying to launch Atmosphere makes it crash after the first splashscreen
     
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    If you get the blue screen but when you launch Hekate you get the necessary information on the screen, then there is a possibility that the eMMC may be something wrong with it.
     
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