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odroid-xu4:troubleshooting:burn_over_voltage_protection_ic_tps259251 [2020/06/10 17:56]
ruppi [How to revive your damaged ODROID]
odroid-xu4:troubleshooting:burn_over_voltage_protection_ic_tps259251 [2020/06/10 17:59]
ruppi [How to revive your damaged ODROID]
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 ===== How to revive your damaged ODROID ===== ===== How to revive your damaged ODROID =====
-  - Remove the heatsink. Check the protection IC U5 surface. ​It seems to be fried. \\ {{:​odroid-xu4:​troubleshooting:​xu4_tps259251_before.jpg?​nolink|}}\\ \\+  - Remove the heatsink. Check the protection IC U5 surface. ​if it is burnt or broken, you can decide and connect the wires as shown below. However, if the PMIC is broken, it doesn'​t work even if you do this. \\ {{:​odroid-xu4:​troubleshooting:​xu4_tps259251_before.jpg?​nolink|}}\\ \\
   - Solder a wire from the 5V side of C296 to the 5V side of C36. these are the bypass capacitors of U5.\\ {{:​odroid-xu4:​troubleshooting:​xu4_tps259251_after.png?​nolink|}}\\ \\   - Solder a wire from the 5V side of C296 to the 5V side of C36. these are the bypass capacitors of U5.\\ {{:​odroid-xu4:​troubleshooting:​xu4_tps259251_after.png?​nolink|}}\\ \\
   - Remove the old thermal grease from the SOC and the heatsink. and Apply new thermal grease and attach the heatsink to the board.   - Remove the old thermal grease from the SOC and the heatsink. and Apply new thermal grease and attach the heatsink to the board.