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  1. #11
    zetski210 Guest
    Given that the PS3 is most likely RoHS compliant, you really need to adhere to the correct temperature profiles for any rework. There's a good article here (solder.net/technical/LFbga3.asp) on why strict temperature profiling is required for any BGA rework.

    Given that waving a heat gun around is not going to provide an exactly controlled profile, any success you might have will be purely coincidental.

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    elser1 Guest
    imo its not smart to attempt to repair ylod with a heat gun if you don't know what you're doing.. the ps3 mb is has very delicate parts and is easily totally destroyed if you don't know what you're doing..

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