One of the SMD Tactile Switches broke and I need to purchase one to repair it. I have an SMD soldering air station, but I need to know where to find this type of SMD switch. I've looked at my most common parts websites but no luck. The closest I could find are the type "ITT Cannon KSS Tactile Switch SPST-NO KSS221G". It is a 4-lead surface mount with a switch motion parallel to the board (not perpendicular). It is very low profile.
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The Cisco switch will probably err-disable the port when you plug it in. The workaround is to add these commands:
Switch(config)#no errdisable detect cause gbic-invalid
It'll either work or it won't!
There are many rework stations on the market, and the price range is from a few hundred to a few thousand dollars. So it's a matter of your needs and budget.
I suggest you go on line and do a search " soldering rework stations" , and read up on the various models that are available. Amazon is a good site for this, because you can get a lot feedback from people who purchased the products.
It may be the tactile switch that is broken. I had the same problem on my older model etrex. I carefully removed the surrounding rubber case wrap and the sticky tape underneath. This allows you to visually inspect the switches. The black plastic button on the enter switch was completely gone and the buttons on the page up/down keys were broken away and loose, although those keys still worked. I opened up the case, removed the switches (largely by using a razor blade to pry them off), and bought 8 replacement switches from mouser (667-EVQ-PSH02K). I replaced the three broken switches using a very fine tip on the soldering iron with flux on all the feet. The extra switches I will keep for further repairs if necessary.
The minimum requirement to repair your TV are soldering iron, solder wire, soldering paste, desoldering pump, digital multimeter, knowledge of electronics & service manual of the TV. If any smd is to be replaced you need soldering station. A digital storage oscilloscope will be more than good.
Beverly, F2105 unit will need to be disassembled and new momentary tactile switch soldered in. Check out ALL the different styles and sizes to choose from at digikey.com !!! at least 16 pages of switches to choose from. Then you will need a soldering iron, solder wick, solder, and know how to disassemble unit to replace a $2 to $6 switch. If contracting out the work to competent technician your looking at minimum $45.
Forget fixing the plastic button. Crazy-glue only option there.
seems like you´ve got the terrible PS3 YLOD
What you can do?
Try to disssemble the PS3 and you will need to do a reflow fix in the Cell and Rsx processors solder points...
You will need soldering skills and a good Smd air resoldering stations..and a good flux...