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I suggest you knocked something off the board or used too much heat or damaged the connector. Look for missing components, balls of solder which do not belong, and/or any type of visible damage.
 
Next look at the schematics and troubleshoot touch circuit.
 
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@touchwireless in the red circle most to the right in your picture, there seems to be a small component, possibly a resistor bridging two capacitors C3106 and C3108. Those 2 caps are on an important line shooting out from a touch IC. Remove that component and see if that solves it. Unless it is an artifact from the picture...
 
Here, that small guy in the middle of this circle, the only vertically positioned component:
 
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I suggest you knocked something off the board or used too much heat or damaged the connector. Look for missing components, balls of solder which do not belong, and/or any type of visible damage.
 
Next look at the schematics and troubleshoot touch circuit.
 
'''EDIT:'''
 
@touchwireless in the red circle most to the right in your picture, there seems to be a small component, possibly a resistor bridging two capacitors C3106 and C3108. Those 2 caps are on an important line shooting out from a touch IC. Remove that component and see if that solves it. Unless it is an artifact from the picture...
Here
Here, that small guy
in the middle middle of this circle:circle, the only vertically positioned component:
Here
Here, that small guy
in the middle middle of this circle:circle, the only vertically positioned component:
[image|807601]

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I suggest you knocked something off the board or used too much heat or damaged the connector. Look for missing components, balls of solder which do not belong, and/or any type of visible damage.
 
Next look at the schematics and troubleshoot touch circuit.
 
'''EDIT:'''
 
@touchwireless in the red circle most to the right in your picture, there seems to be a small component, possibly a resistor bridging two capacitors C3106 and C3108. Those 2 caps are on an important line shooting out from a touch IC. Remove that component and see if that solves it. Unless it is an artifact from the picture...
Here in the middle of this circle:
[image|807601]

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I suggest you knocked something off the board or used too much heat or damaged the connector. Look for missing components, balls of solder which do not belong, and/or any type of visible damage.
 
Next look at the schematics and troubleshoot touch circuit.
 
EDIT:'''EDIT:'''
EDIT:'''EDIT:'''
 
@touchwireless in the red circle most to the right in your picture, there seems to be a small component, possibly a resistor bridging two capacitors C3106 and C3108. Those 2 caps are on an important line shooting out from a touch IC. Remove that component and see if that solves it. Unless it is an artifact from the picture...

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Bewerkt door: Rany ,

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I suggest you knocked something off the board or used too much heat or damaged the connector. Look for missing components, balls of solder which do not belong, and/or any type of visible damage.
 
Next look at the schematics and troubleshoot touch circuit.
 
EDIT:
@touchwireless
@touchwireless
in the red circle most to the leftright in your picture, there seemseems to be a small component, possibly a resistor bridging two capacitors C3106 and C3108. Those 2 caps are on an important line shooting out from a touch IC. Remove that component and see if that solves it. Unless it is an artifact from the picture...
@touchwireless
@touchwireless
in the red circle most to the leftright in your picture, there seemseems to be a small component, possibly a resistor bridging two capacitors C3106 and C3108. Those 2 caps are on an important line shooting out from a touch IC. Remove that component and see if that solves it. Unless it is an artifact from the picture...

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I suggest you knocked something off the board or used too much heat or damaged the connector. Look for missing components, balls of solder which do not belong, and/or any type of visible damage.
 
Next look at the schematics and troubleshoot touch circuit.
 
EDIT:
@touchwireless in the red circle most to the left, there seem to be a small component, possibly a resistor bridging two capacitors C3106 and C3108. Those 2 caps are on an important line shooting out from a touch IC. Remove that component and see if that solves it. Unless it is an artifact from the picture...

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I suggest you knocked something off the board or used too much heat or damaged the connector. Look for missing components, balls of solder which do not belong, and/or any type of visible damage.

Next look at the schematics and troubleshoot touch circuit.

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