1. raindroptc

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    Hi,
    I got this switch that couldn't output HDMI recently.
    identified that there was some water damage, cleaned it up but still didn't output, so i just bought shiny new tools to fix it (bad idea), long story short,
    I had the SMD reworks at to high of a temp, and without a microscope, i royally messed up and blew all the stuff around,
    want to give it another try, and was reading the forums to try to consolidate what parts i needed.


    Attached is a little diagram i made, if someone has the knowledge, can you please fill in the blanks or correct me if i'm wrong?
    help would be much appreciated, I will update the diagram once i got all the part values.

    I'm like neck deep into tools in fixing this, but i don't mind a challenge.

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  2. HACCOUN

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    you miss the voltage for the capacitor, I supose it is 6.3V
     
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