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Changing IC's When I was Changing The Ic's in the convergence board I think i may have ruined the board when I was desoldering. The pad where the pin of the IC makes contact on the bottom came off with the solder. Any Solutions? or anywhere I can Get a new Board?

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You have to take a thin piece of wire and solder it from the leg of the ic that it was suppose to be connected too and follow the trace and find where theres a good connection where you can solder it too or scratch the trace and solder it to the new area on the trace.

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