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Default Re: (-) Pin broke off my PHR-803T :(

i wouldnt recommend hot glue since it will just melt once the driver heats up... an epoxy will work much better


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Default Re: (-) Pin broke off my PHR-803T :(

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I never understand why people use "ignorant" in place of "rude" or words like that. I always thought that was some crazy Utah thing...

On another note, you should invest in a hot glue gun for securing your boards to the modules so they don't twist off.
Ignorant refers to the act of "Ignoring" like not paying Attention.
and yea i need to buy some silver epoxy.
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Ignorant refers to the act of "Ignoring" like not paying Attention.
and yea i need to buy some silver epoxy.
You are ignorant of the definition of ignorant


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* *ig·no·rant Listen to the pronunciation of ignorant
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1 a: destitute of knowledge or education <an ignorant society> ; also : lacking knowledge or comprehension of the thing specified <parents ignorant of modern mathematics> b: resulting from or showing lack of knowledge or intelligence <ignorant errors>2: unaware , uninformed
— ig·no·rant·ly adverb
— ig·no·rant·ness noun
synonyms ignorant , illiterate , unlettered , untutored , unlearned mean not having knowledge. ignorant may imply a general condition or it may apply to lack of knowledge or awareness of a particular thing <an ignorant fool> <ignorant of nuclear physics>. illiterate applies to either an absolute or a relative inability to read and write <much of the population is still illiterate>. unlettered implies ignorance of the knowledge gained by reading <an allusion meaningless to the unlettered>. untutored may imply lack of schooling in the arts and ways of civilization <strange monuments built by an untutored people>. unlearned suggests ignorance of advanced subjects <poetry not for academics but for the unlearned masses>.
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Thanks Dave... If you didn't... I would have... ;D ;D ;D ;D
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IT'S STILL NOT LOST


I have previoously soldered a thin wire to a broken off pin without touching the case. It's a neat trick but it can be done.

First make sure the pin stub is well fluxed and use a tony droplet of solder to wet it. So the same with a very tiny wire (like one core of a multi core wire). Then, while holding the dip of the soldering iron on the wire (but not on the wire end) bring the wire end to to the stub and let them bond by the capillary effect of solder. Remove the soldering iron and they should stick together.
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Now I know you are not going to understand my explaination, so here's my version of "a thousand words" (a rough sketch)

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