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Old Oct 30, 2003, 04:15 AM
tursa12 tursa12 is offline
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wouldnt a dremel just spray metal dust over everything?
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Old Oct 30, 2003, 10:56 AM
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Maybe, nothing that compressed air couldn't take care of though...
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Old Nov 19, 2003, 02:50 AM
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i don't know if you've solved this yet, or tried anything, but it sounds like you could have also just blown your ps14 fuse, it's the 3.3v that dms3 uses. i had a few blow long ago...just trying to help
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Old Nov 19, 2003, 11:26 AM
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im sorry i cant help you and im not trying to spam here, but i have a similar problem as some know with legs busted on a v4. it seems to be in the same ball park as replacing a chip. if you read this check back tommorrow. i talked to friend who's uncle (ferris beuller...anyone), that says he can fix my board. he's been a eletrical engineer for along time and luckily, get this, he fix's watch's. So i know hes got tools to fix some of the smallest parts.

anyways, if you read this today, try to check back tommorrow. im not promising a solution, and i dont expect one myself, but from what i understand, this guy is very handy at things like this. so i will post what he says tommorrow so check back if you can. (ive been waiting to talk to this dude for 4 days now)

again, im not spamming, just want to give you heads up on the fact i might have a possible solution for replacing chips.

(however i dont think it will help me, you guys are the ones with the pro equipment so it might help you, im using bootrigged zhit)
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Old Nov 21, 2003, 08:03 PM
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no love, i didnt realize that the pcb's have several layers. i was told this type of chip almost always taps into a lower layer on the pcb, so even if i did get it on the right layer, it would probably touching a different layer and still wont work.

well, atleast im getting some understanding on how boards are built :-\
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Old Nov 29, 2003, 11:11 AM
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For anyone that is interested in the BA chip removal discussion... I finally got around to trying the chip quik stuff for removal. Surprisingly, it worked great. I used a small butane torch to keep the stuff molten and it slid right off. Didn't destroy a good one I pulled off another board either... So, I guess there's one answer.
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