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Townkill(OD)

Extra silicon on chip

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What do I do here. Is ok to leave it on, I'll have to use a different screw however and am concerned with spacing. Do I break it or cut off? It's the exact part, so do I send it back for another?

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The pacifist in me says wait it out for an expert the other type says fuck it snaper off whats it gonna hurt but it might break a connection id wait for like @CompFreak(OD)

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Im right there with you. Xd

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Posted (edited)

Personally, I'd first score it quite a few times with a knife, then slowly work the extra pcb back and forth until it snapped off, but that's me....  I guess it's up to your comfort level with it... best of luck!

Edited by CompFreak(OD)

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:kissed: thanks. That is what I ended up doing. I also debated those scissors for plastic, with the straight edge on one side, while sharp on the other. Luckily I broke nothing scoring through the silicon.

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On 1/6/2018 at 1:27 AM, Townkill(OD) said:

:kissed: thanks. That is what I ended up doing. I also debated those scissors for plastic, with the straight edge on one side, while sharp on the other. Luckily I broke nothing scoring through the silicon.

 

Scissors are not something I'd personally trust with cutting something hardened that has 7-15 layers of PCB... (not exactly plastic). Glad it worked out for you :thumbsup:

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