Electronic troubleshooting, like any sort of troubleshooting, can be as exhilarating as it is depressing. I've made it my job, literally, to crack open devices and figure out whether or not it works, how it doesn't work, then WHY it doesn't work--then how to make it work again. The troubleshooter analyzes what is more and less likely to have happened, and follows those threads through a sort of flowchart. I have always suffered from Imposter Syndrome. It's a constant presence through every task. "This better be something simple, or I'll never get it." "Oh, shit, I'll never get this thing back together again." Yeah, I have a lot of limitations and cul-de-sacs of ignorance/inexperience, but taking on this role has reminded me that I DO have a keen eye for troubleshooting. Matthew B. Crawford, in Shop Class as Soulcraft: An Inquiry into the Value of Work said, “The satisfactions of manifesting oneself concretely in the world through manual competence have been known to make a man quiet and easy. They seem to relieve him of the felt need to offer chattering interpretations of himself to vindicate his worth. He can simply point: the building stands, the car now runs, the lights are on.” Nothing feels better than telling a customer, "Now it works." This switch is sorta like that. I love doing this.
Fixed this #ledfloodlight by replacing the faulty #ledchip ! The new one has much less aluminum to transfer the heat... but size (holes and active led area) is still exactly the same. These does not last long, few thousands of hours but they are really cheap ! Replaced a 50w by a 100w, forward voltage is the same and with the double of chips each handle half of the current. #diy#electronicrepair#ledlights#led
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This old Technics dual cassette deck insisted on eating tapes on the right side. The ‘take up’ reel would randomly stop working. Figured it was a belt and the one related was drying out. So, had a spare and this still didn’t solve the random slipping. Turns out that there is a little fabric washer hidden in there that was the culprit (bottom left). It acts like on a friction system to create a bit of resistance but not enough to completely break a belt. I washed it with some warm water and dish soap to try and fluff it up a bit. It’s definitely ‘poofed’ up a bit so hopefully this finally solves the issue and didn’t just make it worse. 🤨 #technics#vintageelectronics#electronicrepair#cassetteplayer #1988 #diyrepair#ifixit
#rahilkaxi_07#home automation smart home project ......
Navjeevan High school Rajapur got brilliant achievement in Taluka level science exhibition in kondye Rajapur...
First prize in Quize competition...selection for district level science exhibition
Third prize in primary student model ...
Selection for district level science exhibition
Third prize for people education in secondary section🤪
I recommend going to Apple and just get the $129 screen repair if you need a new Touch ID home button. Because this repair is hell! My least favorite. Probably never again. Replacing Turtle IC for Taptic response is all good, but if there is a tear .. forget it. Some day maybe some one will figure out how we can reprogram new replacement home buttons instead, for now either go thru hell to try and fix, go without or go to Apple for out of warranty cost for screen repair that comes with new program button. #microsoldering#gadget#electronic#iphone7#iphone#electronicrepair