Replace a dead surface mount regulator with a through-hole part

Posted on Monday, June 25th, 2012 in DIY, hacks by DP

Flavor accidentally shorted the power on his Open Bench Logic Sniffer 3.3volt regulator and blew it out. With some quick thinking and a TO-220 through-hole voltage regulator his Logic Sniffer was back in business.

Via the forum.

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One Response to “Replace a dead surface mount regulator with a through-hole part”

  1. Flavor says:

    That looks familiar!

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