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SPM problem

Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 08 08:30:14 EST 2014 | sgenovese

Hi I have the same problem. Did you found the cuase of the problem? Best regards Silvio

Solderability problem

Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 06 09:23:05 EST 2009 | ludee_circuits

Dear All, Thank you very much.My customer confirmed root cause was solder paste problem.

I-pulse problem

Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 26 08:42:04 EDT 2008 | tpradio

I solved the problem. It was the print-bord that controlles the cameras... replaced and working again.

Reflow problem

Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 14 13:38:33 EDT 2010 | rayguide

There is problem with the alignment of BGA Balls. Check for any vibration. http://hubpages.com/hub/SMT-Reflow-Soldering-Equipment

Communication problem

Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 30 04:45:41 EDT 2013 | anilw2006

Need to change CPU card HIMV-134. I had facing same problem. Regards, Anil Wagh.

Header problem

Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 19 08:50:16 EDT 2001 | robbied

I am having problems sourcing an unshrouded, through-hole header. I think the problem is that my pitch (0.15") is non-standard. I have had no reply from my queery to Molex, so does anyone know of another vendor who may be able to help? .......Thanks.

stange problem

Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 07 10:58:27 EST 2007 | Tim

You might get more answers if you write something that shortly describes the basic of your problem and possible equipment in the Subject area, instead of "Strange problem". See it as a Topic of the contents of the thred. I hate when I need to open up

I-pulse problem

Electronics Forum | Tue Jul 29 03:10:18 EDT 2008 | tpradio

I have a problem with a I-pulse M1. Monday morning i came back from vecation, and started up the machines. warmed them up, and then..... When i started the program, (normaly it starts with scaning the nozzles) the head moves to the first nozzle, and

Header problem

Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 19 09:32:24 EDT 2001 | gsmguru

Try: JST or Samtec

solderability problem

Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 14 09:57:37 EST 2005 | davef

If the solder that you apply bonds well to the metal terminations of the transformers, your customers should have no solderability problems related to your components.

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