Spark on MacBook Pro logic board
Today I was cleaning the fan of my macbook pro beacuse it had a big ball of fluff wich prevent it from working. So I opened it but I didn´t unplugged the battery, and to make matters worse I tried to disconect the fan´s cable with a metal screwdriver (i know). While I was doing this i touched something (i dont know about circuits and stuff, so I don´t know exactly what it is, but it´s marked in the pic with red) and a spark came out. When I saw this I felt like if a little piece of me died inside me (how dramatic) :(
So I assembled everything back and well, it didn´t turn on. I did a little research and found a some similar cases out there, but instead of having the spark where i had it, they had it while unplugging the battery cable. Some of this people fixed it doing this:
[I]With the magsafe disconnected press and hold the power button. While continuing to hold the power button plug in the magsafe connector. Continue to hold down the power button for 5 to 10 seconds. Release the power button and wait a couple of seconds. Now press and release power button. [/I]
Well, not my case. Some people said that you needed an 85W Magsafe for this to work, so I wonder if it didn´t work for me because mine is 60W. Also, after opening the mac again I noticed that the component marked with blue started heating a lot, so I unplugged the battery. Do you know what does that component does? Do you think there is a way to fix/bypass the logic board or do you think I shorted the board and now I have to buy another one (oh no, my wallet)?
This are the specs of my mac, hope you can help me. And sorry for the long post!
-MacBook Pro (13-inch, Late 2011), Dual core i5
-Last 3 number of serial number: V13
P.D. As I see the pics i took, the component has something writen on it, at simple sight you cant even see it, but i think it reads 51125 T1 211 A4x0 (I THINK, its not clear).