Sorry, Intel does not publicly release that information (at least not without a signed CNDA with your company). You will need to contact Intel Customer Support directly to proceed with this. Here is contact information by geography:
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Thank you very much to N.Scott.Pearson for the information posted previously.
On the following link you will find some drawings for the NUC’s, not sure if that is what you are looking for, here is the link so you can check that information:
Also, here is the TPS (technical product specification) for your NUC, you will find some details about different components:
Any further questions, please let me know.
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One of the EEs at Intel looked this up for me. He tells me that this is the location for a 1KΩ (size 402) resistor. It is a pull-up used in the generation of the Power-Good signal, so operation without it likely could be compromised.
Hope this helps,
Thank you for the information
When I press the power button the LED goes on for a split second and the NUC shuts down.
After comparing the board with fully functioning one I noticed that one component was missing.