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    How to repair a PCB with a Hydraulic Wood Splitter

    As you will see in the video, this is a quick and effective method to fix those pesky PCB Boards. Enjoy

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    It's most definitely F'dddd

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    I think I see the fault.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Limorange View Post
    I think I see the fault.
    Missing a fuse.

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    Faultfinding down pat

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    So I can now throw out the soldering iron and all the test equipment and just use the 12tonne block splitter, cool. Thanks for the tip.
    Last edited by Autosteve; 4 Weeks Ago at 06:31 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thegrunta666 View Post
    As you will see in the video, this is a quick and effective method to fix those pesky PCB Boards. Enjoy
    Hope you’re not thinking of using this technique on the battle pinnie


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    Quote Originally Posted by Manny65 View Post
    Hope you’re not thinking of using this technique on the battle pinnie


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    Nah, but I think @BIG Trev might send me his step motor controller board though

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    You will have to give him a hug first
    live between the flip and the tilt

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