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Re: DDI-4
« Reply #125 on: 17:16, 22 October 19 »

Rather, he is posting "stories" and alternative facts and "fake news" on CPC Fakebook Group. And his following is then giving "thumbs down" to the person that brought the problem to their attention in the first place, in their (CPC's) best interest. So, yes, let's shoot the messenger, there IS no problem. The messenger is just too stupid to use a great piece of hardware. Great new internet world where the truth doesn't matter that much anymore. Rather, propaganda. Anyhow, I should not be starting again...

3 peoples around me to see the problem occured... And agree.
One of them has his job to officially repair PS4 for Sony.  :laugh:
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Re: DDI-4
« Reply #126 on: 17:22, 22 October 19 »
Just an aside: it was gasoline :-D



:o :o :o
Dude!!  ;D You are adding gasoline to a dangerous situation - just be careful that the hot regulator and C20 does not set your CPC and DDI4 on fire  :laugh:

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Re: DDI-4
« Reply #127 on: 17:44, 22 October 19 »
I am still SAD that he does not see that I am actually trying to help him and his situation.
After all, I am grateful that he is one of the few sources that makes 464 hardware such as the DDI3 and DDI4. And I am still a big fan of his DDI3, no matter whether he likes that or not. 

And, as a community, I think we are still pretty nice about that and how the problem is not getting inflated as something bigger.

And now back to problem solving mode... please.  :)
« Last Edit: 17:46, 22 October 19 by LambdaMikel »

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Re: DDI-4
« Reply #128 on: 20:30, 22 October 19 »
I am still SAD that he does not see that I am actually trying to help him and his situation.
After all, I am grateful that he is one of the few sources that makes 464 hardware such as the DDI3 and DDI4. And I am still a big fan of his DDI3, no matter whether he likes that or not. 

And, as a community, I think we are still pretty nice about that and how the problem is not getting inflated as something bigger.

And now back to problem solving mode... please.  :)


I just check mine..


It was ok. Both caps soldered in same direction, all other solderpoint were done..


Function was tested, no heat radiation...


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Re: DDI-4
« Reply #129 on: 21:04, 22 October 19 »

I just check mine..


It was ok. Both caps soldered in same direction, all other solderpoint were done..

Good to hear!
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Re: DDI-4
« Reply #130 on: 21:10, 22 October 19 »
I just check mine.. It was ok.
It sould be fine to know when you bought it.
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Re: DDI-4
« Reply #131 on: 21:13, 22 October 19 »
direction of CAP no 19 ( see your pictures)


It seems to be the right one..


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Re: DDI-4
« Reply #132 on: 21:16, 22 October 19 »
It sould be fine to know when you bought it.


Purchased in June, recieved in August 2019..


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Re: DDI-4
« Reply #133 on: 21:17, 22 October 19 »
It should look like this (mine after the fix - still need to replace them with new ones though, but the direction is right that way)


In my case it was C20, not C19...
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Re: DDI-4
« Reply #134 on: 21:26, 22 October 19 »
It should look like this (mine after the fix - still need to replace them with new ones though, but the direction is right that way)


In my case it was C20, not C19...


Yes, my PCB looks like yours after fixing...😜


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Re: DDI-4
« Reply #135 on: 10:08, 23 October 19 »
I am still SAD that he does not see that I am actually trying to help him and his situation.
After all, I am grateful that he is one of the few sources that makes 464 hardware such as the DDI3 and DDI4. And I am still a big fan of his DDI3, no matter whether he likes that or not. 

And, as a community, I think we are still pretty nice about that and how the problem is not getting inflated as something bigger.

And now back to problem solving mode... please.  :)

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Regarding using lighter fuel to remove stickers: Yes, it works really well, but! (and it's a very big but) it depends what the sticker is stuck to. Lighter fluid is a mixture of butane(s) and propane (and other impurities). Many commercial plastics, including PVC, PP (Polypropylene) and ABS dissolve or get damaged when they come into contact with these. In this case (no pun intended), it's most likely PLA, so you should be fine. But always check what the surface is made of before you start slapping chemicals on it.

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