Circuit Track Problem In B.P.M
I have a blood pressure monitor (B.P.M) with the brand name of Beurer. I use it to check my blood pressure. Due to the busy schedule (last year) I have forgotten to use the device until my wife reminded me to use it.
The moment I pressed on the power button, the display would appear and then shutdown (totally blank in the LCD display).
Once the batteries cover was opened I saw the batteries already leaked. The leakage did affect the circuit line/track as seen from the photo below.
I had to open up the cover and check for any broken circuit line. I found one of the circuit tracks was broken and had to clean the area with Thinner before using a wire to make the connection.
Once done I tested it and no more shutting down. I applied some hot glue on the wire and closed back the cover.
This is how the internal part look like:
I turned the set On and checked on my blood pressure. Below is the result that I got. What do you think about the result?
The price of this tester is about USD100+. With a simple repair work, this device was brought back to life.
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