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Member #1510525

Member Since: March 18, 2019

Country: United States

  • Hi Alex, all three are V10. I just saw that actually two of them are dead. Some of the traces underneath the CP2102 came off on the two dead ones so I think thats the problem. On power the charge led comes on for a second but they are not recognized by the PC. I used the same temperature (hot air rework station) when working on all three of them so maybe two of them where more fragile due to the previous heat. The one that got the new chip and three other ones I own work flawlessly. Cheers, Andreas

  • Very interesting! I fried three things plus and figured out that the CP2102 was the problem. I ordered some and resoldered two successfully, one board is dead even with the new CP2102. Will there be a way to fix this at home somehow? Cheers

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