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    Re: Omega d5500 manual

    Quote Originally Posted by ic-racer View Post
    The controller is much harder to fix than the power supply board.
    Well, we moved to the power board, because its pretty sure has some damage. However it still could happen, that the controller as well broken, but first it needs power.
    You say its harder to fix because of the spare parts?

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    Re: Omega d5500 manual

    Wow, it seems i was lame on searching that.
    Thanks so much!!!

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    Re: Omega d5500 manual

    These are a few years old, so you will have to double check everything.
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    Re: Omega d5500 manual

    Be careful with the PC board. The top and bottom circuits need to communicate through many of the pin holes. These can be destroyed when removing the components. I placed little copper strip between the top and bottom circuits to ensure continuity. If just one loses continuity the thing won't work.
    I soldered the copper tabs to the top of the board (with a pin in the hole so the hole does not get filled.) Then when I place the component, I can solder it in from below only. Otherwise many of the components would need to be soldered from both the top and bottom. Maybe with damage to the component.
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