01-27-2023 05:16 AM
01-27-2023 06:15 AM
01-27-2023 06:24 AM
I wouldn't use it before making sure those traces aren't shorted (unless they are by design). You should give it to someone trusted before you power it up - I don't think warranty will cover such damage, but that's not a difficult thing to fix if that scratch really shorted something.
01-27-2023 01:47 PM
It's not but there's risk you will damage other components without checking it properly.
01-27-2023 02:35 PM
01-27-2023 07:33 PM
01-27-2023 10:38 PM
There's a huge chance everything is fine, but also a slight risk it's not - especially with thin traces (google has examples of bricked devices because of a short from scratch). I can't tell by looking at the photo and I wouldn't advice to power it up like that. After all it's your property we're talking about - no one will take the blame if it gets worse. Once you turn it on there's no going back* so make sure you looked enough into it before trying anything.
*many times I wish I was aware of that myself before I broke something xD
01-28-2023 05:33 AM
This photo is great and I see nothing to worry about. Some part of resin missing, that's it.