|Reglue flat wire ribbon cable on circuit board
|I have a device with a low voltage flat wire ribbon cable that links a circuit board to an LCD display. The cable was glued to the circuit board. The glue appears to have dried out and the cable is now detached. Any advice on how to reattach (I can align
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|Also, check the flyback capacitor(s), and check all circuitry around the horizontal output for bad solder joints, overheated components, shorted diodes etc. Make sure that there are no signs of overheating or arcing at the connector to the deflection coil
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|Sorry for the typo error.
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|Also check for B+ flyback voltage, maybe over voltage.
|It does not drive smps transformer .It is on the secondary side of switching transformer(cold side).
|If that so, check the voltage between Collector to emitter voltage, from datasheet of 2SB1548A the maximum voltage is 80V and base to emitter is 5V maximum and the collector current is 3Amps max, check it maybe over voltage or over current caused by the l
|[quote:fb10162a27="LJ"]If that so, check the voltage between Collector to emitter voltage, from datasheet of 2SB1548A the maximum voltage is 80V and base to emitter is 5V maximum and the collector current is 3Amps max, check it maybe over voltage or over
|You would not want any conductive glue for attachment of a ribbon as it will effectively bridge every trace?. I have never seen a ribbon-to-pcb connection only by means of glue?---it is normally used more as a re-enforcement of the connection.
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