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Versão atual de: oldturkey03 (detalhes da votação) ,

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The issue with hair dryer is the consistency in the heat directly from the hairdryer. It's not always consist (enough for electronics) and unless you stabilize the distance it's not recommended.

Also, the back of a hair dryer sucks in air to blow through the heat coils like a jet engine. All sorts of dust and elements in the air are slung on the electronic devices. Not such a big issue as it can be done.

Most people who re flow buy a hot plate. The temperate is accurate, air can blow over the top of your other components and you don't expose heat to other unnecessary areas.

We buy back broken LCD assemblies here in the USA from repair shops so this is a task that we do in overseas factory. We use the T-962 hot plate. You can get one for around $250 but there are other versions from $100 or so.

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Editado por: Richdave and oldturkey03 (detalhes da votação) ,

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Impressive!

The issue with hair dryer is the consistency in the heat directly from the hairdryer. It's not always consist (enough for electronics) and unless you stabilize the distance it's not recommended.

Also, the back of a hair dryer sucks in air to blow through the heat coils like a jet engine. All sorts of dust and elements in the air are slung on the electronic devices. Not such a big issue as it can be done.

Most people who re flow buy a hot plate. The temperate is accurate, air can blow over the top of your other components and you don't expose heat to other unnecessary areas.

We buy back broken LCD assemblies here in the USA from repair shops so this is a task that we do in overseas factory. We use the T-962 hot plate. You can get one for around $250 but there are other versions from $100 or so.

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Mensagem original de: Dustin Jones ,

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Impressive!

The issue with hair dryer is the consistency in the heat directly from the hairdryer. It's not always consist (enough for electronics) and unless you stabilize the distance it's not recommended.

Also, the back of a hair dryer sucks in air to blow through the heat coils like a jet engine. All sorts of dust and elements in the air are slung on the electronic devices. Not such a big issue as it can be done.

Most people who re flow buy a hot plate. The temperate is accurate, air can blow over the top of your other components and you don't expose heat to other unnecessary areas.

We buy back broken LCD assemblies here in the USA from repair shops so this is a task that we do in overseas factory. We use the T-962 hot plate. You can get one for around $250 but there are other versions from $100 or so.

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