Part at ZD102 is overloaded with too much current and blown.
It's three legged, with two legs on the south side and 1 on the top.
The left side (white in the picture) is blown and has since crumbled away. There are now clearly three metal legs. I cannot identify any markings nor polarity. ZD102 appears to be a unique location.
I would like to identify and then source the part to solder in place. Or something equivalent. Or something I can salvage from other electronics. There doesn't appear to be any other damage to the motherboard.
This is a Wacom digitizer II UX-0608-R from mid 1990s. DC 9-12v 0.10A.
Appreciate your time.