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Hot-air rework station repairing

Posted on Friday, April 12th, 2013 in DIY, tools by DP

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Oakkar7  shares his experience repairing his hot-air station:

I quickly checked the problem. There is no air flow at the nozzle. But I still heard the air compressor  sound. Today, I tear down and find out the problem. My rework station is a cheap china made, LK852D brand. Here is what inside.

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One Response to “Hot-air rework station repairing”

  1. Xykon says:

    I’d be way too scared to use a cheap hot air gun from China. Burns are one of if not the worst type of injury you can have. Even though I have two fire extinguishers and eight smoke alarms in my apartment I still wouldn’t feel comfortable operating this at my home.

    I’m looking into BGA rework stations at the moment but fear that this time I won’t get around a cheap model from China as professional ones are just way too expensive.

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