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Old 08-09-2013, 03:55 PM   #11
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Spot on man just fixed mine it was the same resistor and everything, they all seem to be the same resistor I wonder why that is
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Old 01-04-2014, 05:27 PM   #12
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My circuit board did not have any obvious terminals that needed to be soldered; I found a guy on eBay that does a lifetime warrantied repair for $27.00. I post my opinion once I get mine back.

Get it back yet?


Also for whatever reason I had to use a T10 on mine.
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Get it back yet?

I got it back, it's been working fine since July. Friday it told me it was 2 degrees, I wish it wasn't right.....



Also for whatever reason I had to use a T10 on mine.
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I took mine apart, both the wafer transisters were broken on one end, I pressed them down with my finger plugged it in and it worked again, I tried to solder them but didnt go so well, So i kept pressure on them and put a drop of superglue on each, worked for about 1 minute and stopped again, I think I might have wrecked it. I need to track down a pencil solderer
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Thanks so much for this post.
My compass and temp had gone out and for a little while I could push on the whole thing and it would flicker on for a short period.
I took the whole thing apart, confirmed it was getting power, and was about to order a replacement and then I found this post. I had this exact problem but it was the resistor right beside the one you had to solder also numbered 510.
After a quick solder, it was back in and working.
Thank you very much!
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Glad you got it working.
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Quick, easy to follow instructions. OP, thanks for posting!
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Quick, easy to follow instructions. OP, thanks for posting!
Glad it helped.
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