Broken Circuit Board Fixed
A customer of mine sent to me his LED Torch Light with the complaint of not charging. He told me the internal circuit board was broken. Probably he could have dropped the torch light and had opened it and found the circuit was broken into half.
After he left my repair shop, I opened the LED torch light and true enough that the circuit board was broken into half-see the two photos below:
I did not check the components because in my opinion why the charging circuit don’t work was because of broken circuit track and not due to bad components. I carefully soldered and joined the circuit track back as seen from the photo below:
In order to secure it, I had applied super glue as pointed by the two black arrows.
Once done, I powered the LED torch lamp and I could see now the charging LED was lighted up.
After some times of charging, I turned the torch light On and it worked fine. Another device saved from a simple work.
This article was prepared for you by Suranga Bandara who owns an Electronics repair shop in Anuradapura, Sri Lanka.
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