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If it really IS solder, I have to wonder how on earth it got there. It really, really does look like solder that's been heated long enough to burn off all the flux.No matter. If we assume that whatever it is melts in the nozzle... it would be a reasonable assumption that you could get rid...
SyntaxTerror replied to topic:
That's really odd. Looks just like solder.
Oh, this reminds me: Could you also please add the prefix of your power supply? Is it a GS or GST unit?
I think we need to start a data collection regarding power settings. Maybe when we have enough people with working settings, we can figure out something that is shutdown-safe for everyone.
No problem :)
Wait, what? I didn't get any PM?
Yep, that looks like the correct part. Good luck!
On a side note regarding sourcing of the part (shipping/administration costs and such), it's probably safe to say that due to the Mark 2 project I'm pretty damn well stocked on BC817's. If you want, I can throw a few in a letter and mail them to you.
For most SMD components with pins coming out sideways from the package, I'd always recommend cutting them with a scalpel rather than trying to desolder the entire part. Cut it out, then desoldering the individual pins is easy as can be.And yes, you'd need a relatively fine tipped soldering...