02-19-2019 04:23 PM
Yep, very likely the same scenario with all of the 910's, obiously a widespread problem which while it sounds crazy is actually a great thing as it gives more clues as to the cause and potential solution. As it is I replaced to mosfet with one out of a newer gaming laptop and I'm assuming it'll last for a year or so before failing again. This rework process takes skill and proper equipment to do correctly without damaging the board and causing other issues. I use a Quick 861DW and it's fast and easy but then again I do this stuff all day long repairing Macbook Pro/Air boards.
02-19-2019 04:41 PM
Do as I did and test all the mosfets while they're on the board and i'd be interested to find out if it's the same one or not that failed on your unit. Also, careful with the ribbon cable connector on the top of the board that connects the usb c board to the motherboard on the motherboard side I noticed that it's fragile and failed so I had to fix that as well.
02-27-2019 12:22 PM
Ok, so here's my update to my 910's failure to charge.
I have 2 separate and identical 910's so I can do some process of elimination.
I have 3 chargers that work perfectly on laptop A, but laptop B will only charge at 5V. B takes 2+ days to charge.
I replaced the battery in B. No change.
I bought a new charger for B. No change.
I upgraded the BIOS and tons of drivers, including uninstalling the battery in the Device Manager. No change.
I purchased from LeNoGo, waited a month, received, and installed a new USB daughterboard. NO CHANGE!
The probem persists.
Come on LeNoGo...there's clearly a hardware defect in the 910 and we need some service.
02-28-2019 07:14 PM
Well I finally got around to opening her up, I believe fet's 20 & 15 have failed, but I stumbled on a bigger problem, chip on the far right bottom corner is clearly l blown, I'll attach a picture... I'm guessing this one is a proprietary chip and not sourceable?