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How to repair a defektive ESBE Type 66 Electronic Motor Actuator 12001414

ESBE Type 66 Electronic Motor Actuator 12001414
the actuator motor stops working
after manual operation it start to work again
sporadic failure
problem: cracked solder joint around the microswich pins on PCB
remedy or solution:
resoldering of the cracked joits

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