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Revision to Connector and spare part numbers

David Crocker

* Fan 2 mosfet: TR1
 
YouTo remove the old mosfet, you will need either a hot air desoldering tool with a small nozzle to remove the old mosfet. Usenozzle, or low melting point solder such as ChipQuik . If using hot air, use a shield made from e.g. corrugated cardboard andcovered with Kapton tape to shield connectors and other plastic components from the hot air. The new mosfet can be soldered in place using a fine-tipped soldering iron, or by putting a little no-clean flux on the pads, placing the new mosfet on top, and using hot air again. Hot air soldering/desoldering is easier if you heat the whole board to about 100-125C on an electric hotplate.

Alternatively, use ChipQuik and a soldering iron to remove the old mosfet.
YouTo remove the old mosfet, you will need either a hot air desoldering tool with a small nozzle to remove the old mosfet. Usenozzle, or low melting point solder such as ChipQuik . If using hot air, use a shield made from e.g. corrugated cardboard andcovered with Kapton tape to shield connectors and other plastic components from the hot air. The new mosfet can be soldered in place using a fine-tipped soldering iron, or by putting a little no-clean flux on the pads, placing the new mosfet on top, and using hot air again. Hot air soldering/desoldering is easier if you heat the whole board to about 100-125C on an electric hotplate.

Alternatively, use ChipQuik and a soldering iron to remove the old mosfet.
 
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