HP DV6700 Reballing G86-730-A2 GPU Laptop Video Training

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HP DV6700 Reballing G86-730-A2 GPU Laptop Video Training

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The reballing process in the notebooks is a hard task. In this course we will show you how to perform the GPU (G86-730-A2) reballing, without damaging the motherboard. It is indeed a hard task, the GPU unit has a red glue on the edges which makes it harder to desoler, but with hints and information included in our Video Training we give you the opportunity to become the most professional service company in the field of notebooks.

Description

HP DV6700 Reballing G86-730-A2 GPU Laptop Video Training

Course: LAPTOP HP DV6700 GPU REBALLING GUIDE
Machine used: ACHI IR-PRO-SC
Author: Karol Włodarczyk, UKENtv
Release Date: 2015-03-12 (version 1.0)
Duration: 1h 22min
Language: English
Resolution: FullHD (1080p , 1920×1080)
Video Format: WMV (Windows Media Video)
Version: 1.0
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Course Description:

The reballing process in the notebooks is a hard task. In this course we will show you how to perform the GPU (G86-730-A2) reballing, without damaging the motherboard. It is indeed a hard task, the GPU unit has a red glue on the edges which makes it harder to desoler, but with hints and information included in our Video Training we give you the opportunity to become the most professional service company in the field of notebooks.

 

Course Overview:

  • Introduction
    • The best and safe equipment used for the reballing process
    • Calibration and settings of the Achi IR-PRO SC rework station
  • Reballing of the GPU (G86-730-A2) Unit
    • First stage – Preparation
      • Using the aluminium tape to protect the elements on the board (IC’s, plastic ports etc.)
      • Preventing the board from bending
      • Removing the red glue
    • Second stage – Removing the GPU (G86-730-A2)
      • Heating the motherboard and the unit in order to remove it
      • Precise temperature profile and explenation of its importance
      • How to determine when the GPU unit is ready to be removed, despite some amount of glue remainings
      • Removing the GPU unit from the motherboard
      • Removing the old solder from the motherboard
    • Third Stage – the GPU (G86-730-A2) unit
      • Removing the old solder from the GPU Unit
      • Perfect soldering of new 0,6 balls to the processor with the usage of stencils
    • Fourth Stage – Soldering back the GPU (G86-730-A2) unit
      • Soldering back the GPU Unit
      • Precise temperatures and length for the soldering process
      • Making sure that theG86-730-A2 has been soldered properly

Here are HP Dv6700 Specifications from HP Webpage : www.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c01295877.pdf

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