Category: PCB Epoxy Removal (page 1 of 2)

PCB epoxy removal (how to remove)

Desoldering Part Two – removing and replacing an integrated circuit (IC Chip)

How to desolder, remove and replace a through hole Integrated circuit (IC Chip) on a printed circuit board (PCB) using an Edsyn Soldapullt DS-017 desoldering pump.

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Electrolytic Capacitor Removal NO Desoldering Required

Removing surface mount electrolytic capacitors without desoldering them. This method is clean, and easier on the circuit board (in many cases) than using a heated desoldering tool for the same task. See how it’s done.


Electronic Repair Guide – PCB Trace Repair Method Using Epoxy

Click here to discover the secrets how you can test electronic component like a professional, find burnt resistor value even without a schematic diagram and learn electronic troublehooting tips


pcb part removal … the easy way..

A quick and easy way of removing parts from a circuit board for recycled use…


Video Blog #026 – Ultrasonic Cleaner PCB Flux Removal

A 5-minute video demonstrating my technique for PCB flux removal using an ultrasonic cleaner.

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Skill 8: How to remove a BGA IC with some black glue around it

How to remove a BGA IC with some black glue around it


Exposing a Chip on Board (COB)

The video shows the process of removing the epoxy resin using a scalpel and a heat gun (fired up to 200°C). Removing it with a scalpel was rather destructing, but I did not want to use aggressive chemicals. The whole process took about 10 Minutes. The last minute of the video also shows some close-ups done with a cheap webcam, which was modified for magnification. More information can be found at


How to use Electronic potting silicone

used for LED driver, LED light, LED panels and so on, to protect and stabilize the parts, cover your patented designs, water proof and keep away from dust and aging. Different colors available. Please feel free to contact with if it meets your needs well.


Removing Cured Epoxy with Steam

How to remove cured epoxy from a shaving brush handle using steam. The handle was steamed for 30 mins.


How to remove conformal coating from circuitry

This video shows how to remove the conformal coating from the pins on a microprocessor.


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