DIY: S300 into Virgin P28 Very Detailed

s300 and SManager software questions & answers
kaj
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Post by kaj »

dc2quick wrote:the sponge is for removing any buildup of oxide on the tip while soldering.
thanks!
Allversion
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Post by Allversion »

kaj wrote:
dc2quick wrote:is this the same procedure for the p72?
anyone?
It is the same procedure for P72 :)
dc2quick
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Post by dc2quick »

thanks!
pvt_awol
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Post by pvt_awol »

what kind of solder you using? And, is it just me, or is it a real pain in the ass to desolder all those connections?
alblude
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Post by alblude »

First off, great write up!!!

Would anyone not recommend using a 20-pin socket for the 74HC373 chip. I'd think it'd help not exposing the IC to heat if it can be avoided, but I'd like to make sure there are no possible issues with doing that...

Thanks
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Post by Jaker »

No real issues with socketing the 373. However, I've soldered probably 150 of them into ECUs over the years, and I've "NEVER" had one that got damaged by the heat.

However, I am quite deliberate in my soldering methods. I only do 1 or 2 pins at a time, and then either stop for 25-30 seconds, or go and solder something else on the board. This really limits the amount of heat you put into the component.
flip1199
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Post by flip1199 »

ok i noticed u only put in one resistor but in my shipment i got 2 resistors. do i install the other one in the j1 location where u just put the wire?
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Post by InJ3cted »

pics are down any chance you could fix it please :roll:
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Post by panapower »

InJ3cted wrote:pics are down any chance you could fix it please :roll:
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Post by alexsracing »

pictures are down
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Post by Crxwolski »

alexsracing wrote:pictures are down
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