1. marceloxla

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    Please help me ... my switch wouldn't turn on and i noticed a short in some capacitors, i took the m92t36 and p13usb and i still have short in the points marked in red ... what can i do?
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  2. ds34

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    Welp, I'm not sure, but I think your SoC is dead.
    Try replacing the caps.
     
  3. GrimDim

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    Instead of replacing a cap, you can first remove the cap and check if the pads underneath are shorting. These capacitors are very reliable however and in this case I agree with @ds34 and most likely the SoC is dead.
     
  4. Alfixes

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    Hi have same problem as you, I have removed all caps one by one and it didn't help, also removed m92,p13 and max77620 still shorted. There are few people with same issue which points to soc as suggested. I will be taking them off too to try to solve this.
     
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