Thanks for making VERY helpful guide! My Dell Latitude E6500 went into 'black screen' and would not boot after I accidently leaned my elbow too hard to the left of the touchpad. Disassembling the E6500 revealed inductor PL17 burnt (PL17 is located just underneath where I placed my elbow). It was impossible for me to measure the inductance, because PL17 was split in two halves. PL17 was black, and package size 0603. Since the tracks around PL17 is around 4mm wide, I assumed possibility for higher current. Therefore I selected the lowest inductance value of 'black' inductors in the 0805 series which is 82 nH (measured serial resistance to be between 50 and 60 mohm). I doubt the selected value is the correct one, but I think it is worth a try. Replaced inductor, reassembled the PC, powered up, and it works like a charm as nothing had happened!!! To prevent short circuit to happen again, I isolated all components in this area with a layer of kapton tape. Thanks again for making such good disassembly instruction.