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HELP, potentially damaged PiPC v1.2

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Published in 2017-3-27 14:08:35 | Show all floors |Read mode
First let me apologize for using such a clickbait title, but understand I only need a little help from anyone else that owns an OrangePi PC so that I can quickly repair my board. The Pi still runs fine but it is such an easy fix I'd hate to leave it the way it is, I simply broke a capacitor off
If anyone knows what the rating of this capacitor is or has correct tools and could test the capicitence of the capacitor seen in the photo, I'd greatly appreciate it

Sorry for posting the same thread in 2 different catagories but I'm just trying to reach more OrangePi PC owners :/


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 Author| Published in 2017-3-27 14:20:15 | Show all floors
Also if someone could just tell me what its function is or has a full board schematic that would work to.

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 Author| Published in 2017-4-2 00:31:08 | Show all floors
Thanks to JRios I've determined that this component will not affect the stability or longevity of my Pi so I will probably just leave it how it is.

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Published in 2017-4-4 02:30:20 | Show all floors
FYI the schematic and the Auto cad drawings are all the download page, scroll down and you will see them.

http://www.orangepi.org/downloadresources/
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