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mainbord amilo M 1437G

Postby remi2000 » Mon Jan 08, 2007 11:27 am

is normal what I see on this mainbord?
4R7?
640 and 641?
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Re: mainbord amilo M 1437G

Postby remi2000 » Mon Jan 08, 2007 11:33 am

remi2000 wrote:is normal what I see on this mainbord?
4R7?
640 and 641?


I does not include/understand if these 4R7 and 640, 641 is L origin of my problems with the amilo 1437 G.
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Re: mainbord amilo M 1437G

Postby remi2000 » Mon Jan 08, 2007 11:45 am

remi2000 wrote:
remi2000 wrote:is normal what I see on this mainbord?
4R7?
640 and 641?


I does not include/understand if these 4R7 and 640, 641 is L origin of my problems with the amilo 1437 G.


how they S call these:
1) 640 and 641? are very miniteuse. they are much on mainbord
condensing?
2) 4R7? backup battery?
C is not normal of the voyer in these states.
how I can test them or it go or not?
will be able I to change them and how?
je vous remercie infiniment
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Postby paul.harfas » Wed May 16, 2007 5:41 pm

C640 and C641 are SMD capacitors mounted on the mainboard, they are standard series (1206 SMD series I belive, form what I see in the picture), and shoul be fairly easy to replace if you can measure their value (take them off the mainboard, and measure afterwards). 640 and 641 is NOT their actual value, just a number meaning "the 640`th capaitor on the board"


The 4R7 .... Those are inductors (L6 and L7, as it`s printed under them). Not 100% sure what the 4R7 means, that`s usually a way of writing resistor values, not inductor values...

But anyway ... why would you want to replace these components? Are you SURE these are causing the problems? :)



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