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현재 버전 게시자: Dan ,

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@gheeks - Your image is a bit rough as its not crisp enough to tell whats happening. Let’s take a soft paint brush and carefully scrub the logic board loosing the dust and debris and then use some can’ed air to blow it away.
You do appear to have a bad solder joint (burnt?) on one of the SMT components (second one up from the bottom) The PCB covering is also missing (exposed copper).
-The fuse is either marked with a P or a Dot, and is near the connector just to the left where your image ends. After cleaning the dust off take another picture focused on the connector again so we can see the lower area more clearly. Increase the light (higher speed and aperture is smaller for better depth of field) and use a mounted camera so your body shake doesn’t blur it. Take another showing the left side a bit more.
+The fuse is either marked with a P or a Dot, and is near the connector just to the left where your image ends.
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+After cleaning the dust off take another picture focused on the connector again so we can see the lower area more clearly. Increase the light (higher speed and aperture is smaller for better depth of field) and use a mounted camera so your body shake doesn’t blur it. Take another showing the left side a bit more so we can see the fuse and the logic board over their as well

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편집자: Dan ,

텍스트:

@gheeks - Your image is a bit rough as its not crisp enough to tell whats happening. Let’s take a soft paint brush and carefully scrub the logic board loosing the dust and debris and then use some can’ed air to blow it away.
You do appear to have a bad solder joint (burnt?) on one of the SMT components (second one up from the bottom) The PCB covering is also missing (exposed copper).
-The fuse is either marked with a P or a Dot. and is near the connector just to the left where your image ends. After cleaning the dust off take another picture focused on the connector again so we can see the lower area more clearly. Increase the light (higher speed and aperture is smaller for better depth of field) and use a mounted camera so your body shake doesn’t blur it. Take another showing the left side a bit more.
+The fuse is either marked with a P or a Dot, and is near the connector just to the left where your image ends. After cleaning the dust off take another picture focused on the connector again so we can see the lower area more clearly. Increase the light (higher speed and aperture is smaller for better depth of field) and use a mounted camera so your body shake doesn’t blur it. Take another showing the left side a bit more.

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편집자: Dan ,

텍스트:

@gheeks - Your image is a bit rough as its not crisp enough to tell whats happening. Let’s take a soft paint brush and carefully scrub the logic board loosing the dust and debris and then use some can’ed air to blow it away.
-You do appear to have a bad solder joint (burnt?) on one of the SMT components (second one up from the bottom) The over covers is also missing (exposed copper)
+You do appear to have a bad solder joint (burnt?) on one of the SMT components (second one up from the bottom) The PCB covering is also missing (exposed copper).
The fuse is either marked with a P or a Dot. and is near the connector just to the left where your image ends. After cleaning the dust off take another picture focused on the connector again so we can see the lower area more clearly. Increase the light (higher speed and aperture is smaller for better depth of field) and use a mounted camera so your body shake doesn’t blur it. Take another showing the left side a bit more.

현황:

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편집자: Dan ,

텍스트:

-@gheeks - Your image is a bit rough as its not crisp enough to tell whats happening. Let’s take a soft paint brush and carefully scrub the logic board to loosing the dust and debris and then use some can’ed air to blow it away.
+@gheeks - Your image is a bit rough as its not crisp enough to tell whats happening. Let’s take a soft paint brush and carefully scrub the logic board loosing the dust and debris and then use some can’ed air to blow it away.
You do appear to have a bad solder joint (burnt?) on one of the SMT components (second one up from the bottom) The over covers is also missing (exposed copper)
The fuse is either marked with a P or a Dot. and is near the connector just to the left where your image ends. After cleaning the dust off take another picture focused on the connector again so we can see the lower area more clearly. Increase the light (higher speed and aperture is smaller for better depth of field) and use a mounted camera so your body shake doesn’t blur it. Take another showing the left side a bit more.

현황:

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편집자: Dan ,

텍스트:

-Your image is a bit rough as its not crisp enough to tell whats happening. Let’s take a soft paint brush and carefully scrub the logic board to loosing the dust and debris and then use some can’ed air to blow it away.
+@gheeks - Your image is a bit rough as its not crisp enough to tell whats happening. Let’s take a soft paint brush and carefully scrub the logic board to loosing the dust and debris and then use some can’ed air to blow it away.
You do appear to have a bad solder joint (burnt?) on one of the SMT components (second one up from the bottom) The over covers is also missing (exposed copper)
The fuse is either marked with a P or a Dot. and is near the connector just to the left where your image ends. After cleaning the dust off take another picture focused on the connector again so we can see the lower area more clearly. Increase the light (higher speed and aperture is smaller for better depth of field) and use a mounted camera so your body shake doesn’t blur it. Take another showing the left side a bit more.

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원문 게시자: Dan ,

텍스트:

Your image is a bit rough as its not crisp enough to tell whats happening. Let’s take a soft paint brush and carefully scrub the logic board to loosing the dust and debris and then use some can’ed air to blow it away.

You do appear to have a bad solder joint (burnt?) on one of the SMT components (second one up from the bottom) The over covers is also missing (exposed copper)

The fuse is either marked with a P or a Dot. and is near the connector just to the left where your image ends. After cleaning the dust off take another picture focused on the connector again so we can see the lower area more clearly. Increase the light (higher speed and aperture is smaller for better depth of field) and use a mounted camera so your body shake doesn’t blur it. Take another showing the left side a bit more.

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