Posted by piotrkundu | Today @ 03:12 PM | 219 Views
1. Cut the old regulator and keep as much of the pins as you can.
2. Solder the new one in place. I wanted to have it standing, but the backside of the board is cover by the LCD, so you can't.
3. This were you find the SB1 and SB2. The pin on the SB1 side is the one that needs to be connected to the RST on GT3B/GTX3.
4. I cut this to a 4-pins each, but it's not worth the hustle!
5. Here are the 0 ohm SB1 and SB2 resistors, remove them and make sure there is no tin connecting. I used an ohm meter on both side to see if there was a connection or not.
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