I would suggest getting atleast 3 ~20uF 0805 capacitors, that way if
you accidently lift C97 (like I did) you can piggyback the remaining
two to get ~44uF and then carefully (and quickly) tin the pads and
then tack the new caps in place.
I mention tinning the pads because my C97 was only tacked on one side,
with the other side floating. The pad itself had no solder on it.
On Dec 2, 6:10 pm, Gerald Coley <ger...@beagleboard.org> wrote:
> It is a possible solution as it does not work on all boards, but it does
> work on most boards. Your description of the solution is the way I have
> described it in more emails than I can count.
> On Wed, Dec 2, 2009 at 4:50 PM, Gregory Berardi <crackhead.g...@gmail.com>wrote:
> > I'm having the same issue with my rev C3 beagle board. I would like
> > to make sure that this is _the_ solution (piggy back a ~20uF ceramic
> > capacitor on C97).
> > Thanks
> > -greg
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