BGA Pad Reconstruction / Repair - Motherboard

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Re: BGA Pad Reconstruction / Repair - Motherboard

Postby senoBGA » Fri Oct 11, 2013 4:08 pm

1 question to this method, where from do you order solder mask (in my country they don't have it).
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Re: BGA Pad Reconstruction / Repair - Motherboard

Postby DrunkenNinja » Fri Oct 11, 2013 5:09 pm

This is similar to the one I use and it works great...

http://www.ebay.com/itm/10ML-Green-PCB- ... 2eca735e85

Once it has set it's quite robust, but you will need Ultra Violet light in order to cure it, so put it outside in daytime for a short while or use a UV Lamp/torch...
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Re: BGA Pad Reconstruction / Repair - Motherboard

Postby leozzito » Mon Oct 14, 2013 8:22 pm

Another question Ninja: I'm working on a Desktop MB.. I have a couple of tracks gone, they got burned... totally gone ( they not even exist anymore)... as you should know I'm using a silver conducting paint to fix this kind of problems, but I'm having quite a bit of difficult to fix it, because silver does not stick on.. I used this silver on BGA and it's amazing how it fix missing pads but what about MB (I never used on it, even laptop or desktop, I don't do consolle). Even if the track is missing (I still have the trace left from the previous track, but the silver does not stick on it). Your trick to use flux and solder doesn't work for me :shock:
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Re: BGA Pad Reconstruction / Repair - Motherboard

Postby DrunkenNinja » Tue Oct 15, 2013 4:31 am

I normally fix damaged traces with a thin strip of 30 AWG (or higher) kynar wire and unleaded solder... As I mentioned before I am not fan of the paste/glue but understand its great for the novice. I don't believe the paste/glue is as robust as a well soldered joint and always do the cleanest repair possible...
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Re: BGA Pad Reconstruction / Repair - Motherboard

Postby sthetix » Tue Apr 08, 2014 2:21 pm

I did this for my falcon southbridge and it is superb!..thx ninja!
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Postby simlol » Wed May 27, 2015 4:31 pm

i did it today for ps4 that lost 8 pads and its working :)
great guide
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