hope you are all doing good ?
I am coming back at you, sorry, trying to build knowledge, looking to a lot of videos and reading a lot of threads on the forum, but still i must admit that i suck in finding the issue by myself
I have got a Switch that has a broken USB-C port. Replaced it, so far so good, the console got charged and was working obviously fine. The only issue was no output to the TV from working dock for sure. I first attempted in replacing the USB-C again, in case of i screwed the soldering, but it didn’t change anything.
So i started to look for short and didn’t found anything in any of the main spot around M92, BQ and P13USB. I checked the filters, continuity is good and no short between left and right side of them.
As i was running without option, i tried to replace the P13USB. Now i end up in a situation where the console does still start, but won’t charge in 5V. It starts to take 0.47A and then gets down 0.09A and remain there. Console indicate that it is charging in the icon. I am not sure if i screwed something or if i got a wrong P13USB chip …
What i wanted to know is if from the diagrams i see on the forums, the value are taken in ohm meter with red probe on the ground such as this one right ? From what i understand on such diagram, the small rectangle around a chip are the legs on which i am supposed to read those resistance value, and on components i have either a ohm value, or short to ground (green), right ?