|Post 1 made on Saturday July 3, 2010 at 06:30|
Hi All... Yes, another newbie here!
Can anyone help? I have a TSU2000 thats been in storage for 6 years (Dont ask!), pulled it out and discovered the batter had leaked, but leaked down onto the battery cover, not onto the circuit board.
Just had a new batter pack made up, but noticed some dry joints / maybe a little leakage onto the contact area of the PCB where the battery terminals are. After some liberal squirting with electronic fluid to refresh everything i inserted the batter pack, but nothing!
Ive even taken 4 AA batteries and wired them up in sequence then wired to the 2 + / - terminals but also no go!
Everything "appears" to be ok on the pcb, but nothing!! Anybody have any experience with anything like this? really dont have the $$ to buy another one so any help would be much appreciated!
|Post 2 made on Saturday July 3, 2010 at 10:06|
Clean the connections on PCB with pencil eraser and maybe reheat the solder joints with a soldering iron. Buy a new battery pack from www.servicewidetech.com
and give it a go.
Philips Pronto Addict/Beta Tester
|OP | Post 3 made on Saturday July 3, 2010 at 11:12 |
thanks!.. never tried the eraser trick before, will see how... already have a new battery pack though...
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