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Old 23 February 2013, 21:33   #1
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A600 Pad lifted...

OK so I was repairing an A600 and found one (well two) of the caps had leaked and resulted in one pad on C303 becoming completely separated.

Its negative/ground pad and the problem I have is I cannot see where it routes in order to find a solution.

Anyone any ideas? On the plus side I know which cap was causing the issue .

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Old 23 February 2013, 23:38   #3
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Excellent thanks! Are the complete schematics in this format available?
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