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Post by Sporttracguy » Thu Jan 26, 2006 1:42 am

ha ha,, yeah, serves me right huh :???: Ill try replacing the FETs but i put in an over for a woah nelly last night so i dont have to deal with it :-o

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Post by HACHI-RYOKU » Fri Jan 27, 2006 10:11 pm

Well, besides that one surface mount resistor that I circled in red, everything looks good. It was the glare. I still think that resistor looks like it's positioned funny. But one of the wires is in the way on the second picture. Don't retake the pic though. You can see if it's not inline with the PCB traces.

I think Betty's got the best advice with this one. It may be worth replacing. If it were me, I would give up about now and try to find an alternative. Hang on to the board though, maybe you'll run across someone who can fix it.
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