[colug-432] OT: Mainboard question

Jason White whitewaterssoftwareinfo at gmail.com
Sat Sep 1 22:40:29 EDT 2012

Yes, however it requires knowing what specifically is broken, I'd
recommend posting pictures of the broken PCB. What you will end up
needing to do is to (most likely) is to run wires between the broken

[1] - A Trace is a strip of copper that forms an electrical connection
on a printed circuit board

On Sat, Sep 1, 2012 at 8:23 PM, Bill Baker <bill_chris at earthlink.net> wrote:
> I know this is off-topic for Linux but I know we have some experts in
> here when it comes to working with mainboards, so here goes:
> I have a rather expensive metronome I bought back when I was a music
> major in college.  I recently dug it out and tried plugging it in but it
> would not turn on.  Removing the back of it, I noticed that there is a
> crack in the corner of the mainboard right where the cord plugs in.
> Holding the two pieces of the mainboard together tightly while turning
> it on doesn't seem to make any difference.  Is there any way of fixing
> the mainboard so that it will work when plugged in?
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Jason White

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