Unsolved Ace v5 0020 Trinity

Zee63

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I dumped by Nand. Upon wiring up Ace v5 i got no green led on it. Flashed stock removed all wires. Get a solid red light with 0020 secondary. Ive been reading that c1 and c2 resistors could be burnt. How to replace or bridge those resistors and did anyone have success?
 

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I dumped by Nand. Upon wiring up Ace v5 i got no green led on it. Flashed stock removed all wires. Get a solid red light with 0020 secondary. Ive been reading that c1 and c2 resistors could be burnt. How to replace or bridge those resistors and did anyone have success?
Could you post some pictures of the aftermath of your soldering?
 

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I accidentally took one off before and I just bridged it with solder and it worked. Insta boot trinity lol
 

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The flux reflection looks like solder residue with flash on
As above, there's a tiny overhang on your points that could be causing a short.
You must make sure the wire that is exposed is as short as possible and the points are all firmly soldered, cold joints often are another cause.
If you bridged the point you knocked off it should be fine.
 

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So people have stated that they have blown R3D9 points with ACE V5. they have replaced the resistor and all was well thereafter.

Do i replace the resistor in the image? or are the ones i destroyed and bypassed on c1 and c2 R3D7 and R3D9 as well?




Your help will be appreciated.
 
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