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maobin

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Hi guys.

I accidentally knocked off a tiny resistor in this spot and I am having trouble putting it back in place. Its suppose to connect to one of the pad (still fine) and to the resistor that the c2 wire is touching.

Any suggestion on the best way to do it?

Or can I just ignore and solder a wire across instead of the tiny 33ohm resistor?

Really grateful for all help or expert advice that can be rendered.

 
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BluesMan67

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Hi guys.

I accidentally knocked off a tiny resistor in this spot and I am having trouble putting it back in place. Its suppose to connect to one of the pad (still fine) and to the resistor that the c2 wire is touching.

Any suggestion on the best way to do it?

Or can I just ignore and solder a wire across instead of the tiny 33ohm resistor?

Really grateful for all help or expert advice that can be rendered.

Use a very thin soldering iron tip and a set of narrow pointed tweazers.
Apply a small amount of flux on the points where the resistor solders to,hold the resistor in place with the tweazers and just tap the tip of the soldering iron (with just a tiny amount of solder on the tip) to both ends of the resistor.Job done.
 
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Use a very thin soldering iron tip and a set of narrow pointed tweazers.
Apply a small amount of flux on the points where the resistor solders to,hold the resistor in place with the tweazers and just tap the tip of the soldering iron (with just a tiny amount of solder on the tip) to both ends of the resistor.Job done.
I didnt do a good job. End up I pulled the other resistor up as well..

Lucky the solder pads were still intact.

In the end I replaced with two through hole resistors. 33ohm and 51ohm.

Glitch card flashes and tries but still gives black screen. I will try reprogram the nand after my jrprogrammer arrives... :frown:
 
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