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Re: OT2 Proto B NMJ221D VCC

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  • Ian ZL1VFO
    ... Ah, I ve seen this happen before on PCBs (not Scott s thou ), and on one s I ve fixed it does seem a weak point is right where the pad and track meet.
    Message 1 of 8 , Jun 27, 2007
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      > 1a. Re: OT2 Proto B NMJ221D VCC
      > Posted by: "James Ewen" ve6srv@... james_ewen
      > Date: Mon Jun 25, 2007 7:21 am ((PDT))

      > On 6/23/07, P. Suryono Adisoemarta <yono_adisoemarta@...> wrote:

      >> You might already do this, but if not reflow the solders and see if that
      >> helps.

      > Reflow didn't work, but I sucked all the solder off of the pad at C4
      > after poking along the trace determined that I had 5v right up to the
      > pad. The trace ended just before the pad for C4.

      Ah, I've seen this happen before on PCBs (not Scott's thou'), and on
      one's I've fixed it does seem a weak point is right where the pad and
      track meet. Great that you have it going now!

      73, Ian ZL1VFO

      > There was a little
      > bit of trace sticking out from under the solder mask, the 0.4v was
      > probably leaking through other components. I scraped back the mask off
      > of the trace and bridged the gap with a single strand of wire.

      > I now have decode... Some days you just have to wonder where your
      > brain goes. It's good to have a resource like this to give you a knock
      > up side the head once and a while!

      > Now for even more playing.

      > James
      > VE6SRV
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