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Ross Dist./Phaser Schem. Needed!


 
8/6/2000 6:48 PM
Rob
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Ross Dist./Phaser Schem. Needed!
The board on mine has some burnt traces due to a short and it is kind of tough getting it going w/o a schematic. Can anyone help me out?  
 
Rob
 
8/7/2000 12:14 AM
Pete
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Rob,  
 
After fixing the shorting problem, to repair the burnt tracks, use resistor lead cut offs and solder them to the tracks. For longer runs of tracks, use insulated wire. You can attach the wire to the board using a small amount of super glue to hold it in place  
 
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8/7/2000 5:29 PM
Rob
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Thanks for the reply--That's exactly what I did, though. Except instead of resistor leads I used solid core wire that had been stripped.
 
8/7/2000 10:51 PM
Pete
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Yep, that'll work too! I'm used to working on very thin track circuit board, so resistor leads sprung straight to mind. And if you've got very thick tracks like on power supplies, used soldering braid works great too.
 
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