Un-Identified Capacitor. Need to Replace. Anyone know it's values?

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  1. pablo67340
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    Hey there,

    I am doing a switch repair and came across a capacitor that gives me no readings, so It needs to be replaced. Would anybody here happen to know its Capacitor values? Perhaps someone would be able to grab them for me, from a working switch? I have circled the capacitor to show where it is, specifically within the circle, it is the small BLACK chip. Any help I can get would be great. Thanks.

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  2. Coreyosaur

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    Fyi. Completely possible to have a value of zero.
     
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    Whys this? The capacitor has been lifted off the board due to severe heat damage. I am unable to get ANY readings from the component itself.
     
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    Im reading 7.6 Ohms
     
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    by the way that resistor and the capacitors nearby are connected to pin 15 (AVDD) which is Analog power on the 1.8v power rail

    upload_2019-10-3_0-8-56.

    here is the power control for this chip it seems AVD D requires 0.1uf capacitor together with a 10uf one connected to that resistor

    upload_2019-10-3_0-17-37.
     
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    Is't this a resistor's value?

    Thank you for this very valuable information. I will sift through it and hopefully get good results.

    So what I gather is it requires a 10uf cap? IE the black one that was already ripped off?
     
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    yes, is a resistor not a cap but also requires a cap which I guess is the beige one next to the black smd component.
     
  9. tr1p1ea

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    Kind of OT - is there a good place with a component location + value list for the Switch mainboard that could help with these kinds of questions?
     
  10. Coreyosaur

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    Black = resistor
    Tan = capacitor
     
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