Broken traces

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  • #5962

    Richard Wade
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    So as you can see I was trying to pull the led on the L key and ended up pulling the traces with it the led doesn’t work anymore and the ; and ” and enter key don’t work either. How can I fix these. Thanks

    #5964

    Hi

    Sorry for your inconvenience.

    – Your photos were not attached.(But I can imagine it.)
    If it is repairable, I’ll let you know the jumping line.

    If not, you should replace the pcb.

    Thanks.
    Hojin.YI

    P.S:if the file is too big, please send it via email(flashteker@gmail.com)

    #5984

    Richard Wade
    Participant

    these should be smaller

     

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    #5987

    Richard Wade
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    The “;:” , ” ‘ ” “,  and enter key don’t register.

    #5994

    Hi I think the line was disconnected at the LED in the position of “L” key.

    Could you wire the 2 points shown in the pic I attahced?

    Thanks.
    Hojin.Yi

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    #5999

    Richard Wade
    Participant

    so if i wire that together it will fix the keys? is there any way to fix that led?

     

    #6001

    This solution is only for key input.

    For RGB LED, I can’t tell exactly what made the problem.

    – burnt LED, broken trace, bad soldering of RGB controller…

    You should find out by adding them one by one.

    Thanks.
    Hojin.Yi

    #6002

    Richard Wade
    Participant

    Yeah I destroyed the trace. I forget what the original problem was but I tried to desolder that led and the connectors came out with it. all the other leds work

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