Peavey VTX Classic troubleshooting help

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Enzo
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Re: Peavey VTX Classic troubleshooting help

Post by Enzo » Mon Mar 08, 2021 4:52 pm

If I can see a distinct break in a copper trace, I patch it by baring the copper, and soldering a small piece of bare wire across the break. If I cannot spot the actual break, then I just run a piece of insulated wire from point A to point B, whatever it takes to bypass the break.

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Re: Peavey VTX Classic troubleshooting help

Post by feedtaleeight » Thu Apr 01, 2021 1:52 pm

Why do you want to remove the glue? Many manufacturers goop their boards to hold larger components still. This helps prevent broken solder. Yours looks like hot-melt glue, the other likely type is silicone sealer which is rubbery.

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