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Dna 200 board soldered connection off


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you accidentally lifted the trace? if you look really close the resistor is still there. you could solder a very small gauge wire the end of the resistor that the trace was connected to. that small black resistor is connected to the trace you destroyed , i'm pretty sure. double check with a DMM. make sure you have a voltage, when the fire button is depressed, between your blue wire and that resistor. that voltage should power your LED. 

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133 finder suddenly die, but when firing long press turns on and off the firing button to die, try to check the battery indicator escribe cell 1 '0.0v' and cell 2 '5.09v' and replace the battery setting type 'POWER SUPPLY' normal and willing in firing but the battery indicator is empty, so please his problem where? 1 again whether it is safe by setting the batteries 'power supply' is? thanks 14894615_10206307693885842_250046974_o.jpg  indikator.jpg 

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galuh said:

133 finder suddenly die, but when firing long press turns on and off the firing button to die, try to check the battery indicator escribe cell 1 '0.0v' and cell 2 '5.09v' and replace the battery setting type 'POWER SUPPLY' normal and willing in firing but the battery indicator is empty, so please his problem where? 1 again whether it is safe by setting the batteries 'power supply' is? thanks

you most likely need a new board. do not run the finder 133 in "power supply" mode. there is no battery monitoring. contact the vendor you purchased the mod from.
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