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Old 1st February 2014, 02:23 AM   #11
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That's easily repairable buddy, so don't even trip or worry about it. You see that via hole that has the trace you damage? Remove any solder present there, and clean it up real good, flux and slide a small strand of wire...solder it then leave enough to solder the other end to the smd transistor.

Check the continuity of the trace you repaired and if its good them no need to worry about it, if its not making proper connection see where that trace leads to (hopefully a through hole component so you can jump a wire from there to the smd transistor.
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Old 1st February 2014, 02:25 AM   #12
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I don't have any wire that small... that's a TINY hole. I think I'm going to give up on this one. There's 2 holes on the power supply that are iffy... I think I royally screwed this one up. I can solder (put it together) pretty well, but desoldering I can't seem to do without screwing everything up. ugh. Thanks for your help though.

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Old 1st February 2014, 02:27 AM   #13
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See where that trace leads to...double check it with your dmm in continuity mode (or beep/diode) then add a jumper from the nearest component it leads to....to the smd transistor.

I have one laying in the back, I'll check it out and confirm a good place to add the jumper wire... just let me know exactly which driver it is (Q***)
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Old 1st February 2014, 02:31 AM   #14
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I barely touched the 2 that were iffy with my finger... and those fell off too. ugh! whhhhhyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy

i try to clean up the pads with the suction piece, and tried copper braid... neither methods seem to work very well.
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Old 1st February 2014, 02:33 AM   #15
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May be too much heat....or you pulled the transistor too soon and caused damaged to the pads. Either way its repairable but will be a PITA. Good luck and let me know if you want those locations for jumpers, lol.

If your really patient and careful you could scrap off a bit of that green enamel off those traces and use 1/16th solder wick to jump those traces. its possible just have to be very patient and have a nice small fine iron tip.
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this just sucks. I see where I can attach the mosfets to the resistors, but I'm scared to try and clean up anything else on this board.
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Old 1st February 2014, 02:40 AM   #17
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this just sucks. I see where I can attach the mosfets to the resistors, but I'm scared to try and clean up anything else on this board.
Call it a day and take a break, don't sweat it. You can always use it for parts (RCA's, heat sink clips, if chassis is mint then I might be interested it in).
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Old 1st February 2014, 02:42 AM   #18
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nah if I decide I don't wanna attempt to fix it. I'll probably just toss it and call it a day.
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Old 1st February 2014, 02:53 AM   #19
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Lol, I'll pay for S&H and another 10 bucks for your trouble to get it from you...unless you already lost the clips, rca nuts and washers, and screws.

Don't throw it in the trash, it can be saved or used for parts...be environmental friendly my friend.
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I didn't lose any clips, rca nuts washers, or screws it's all here... I'm trying to clean up the board to possibly try to save it... Just pulled anohter pad for a mosfet... idk wtf I'm doing wrong. I even turned it down to 300*. I'm not going to box it up to ship it.
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