- Joined Apr 2, 2009
Hee ! Hee ! Hee !Ay! Caramba! Sue! Demand blood.
I was thinking removal by heat gun and vise... at least that's what components look like when I do it like that...Ahh, quit your grumbling.
Most of them still seem to have two legs. That's "top quality" in China.
On a more serious note; the severe melting of the bottoms of the caps shows how they were removed from the PCBs, by floating the PCB on a liquid solder bath. Cooking the sh|t out of it. They didn't even remove the parts from the PCBs respectfully.
It might have been an accident and some parts in his store were confused. I would accept the refund and move on with my life.Seller agreed to refund $7.2.
I can accept or escalate.
What do you think ?
I believe it is more than I paid since it was included in a lot of items package and I did get a shipping discount
No, heat gun would melt all the cap plastic, not just the 4 bottom nubs that touch the PCB.I was thinking removal by heat gun and vise... at least that's what components look like when I do it like that...
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