27th June
written by Todd Harrison

This is the 2nd of 2 postings on my DeWALT DC011 radio repair (link to part 1). In this video I show how I track down a bad trace that was corroded by some old glue used in the radio to hold compactors in place. A quick jumper wire was all it took to fully restore this radio to working conditions.



This is a link to some “no clean” solder flux I normally use. It is not what I used in this video but I do use this pen style more often.


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