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'''Unfortunately everything I read hear about fixing the YLOD on a PS3 is 100% wrong !! first , YLOD has nothing to do with the CPU so heating the CPU is a big mistake that everyone is doing, YLOD is a bad connection between the GPU chip and the motherboard regardless which model a fat or a slim, second using any kind of Flux makes things worse , when using flux first it has to be the proper kind of flux for BGA packages, more important it has to be a very thin layer and distributed equally, clearly that can not be done by using a liquid flux or by just flooding under the chip with flux, when you do that you will be just making a layer of unmixed flux with solder that actually makes an extra isolation layer between the solder and the chip or the solder and the board and most probably both, the reality is that there are two kinds of repairs non of them can be done at home, they have to be professionally done in order to achieve a real repair not just a try and error or hit or miss. the first one is a procedure called reflow which means totally melt the solder that attaches the chip to the board, supposedly this will allow the bad connections to be soldered and the console will come back to life, The reality is this procedure is rarely works and if it works will be very temporary and will only last for few hours , days or weeks at its best so why is that? simply the GPU chip or the graphics chip is the one that gets hot the most ( heat ) the motherboard material is cupper and with air coming into the console for cooling ( oxygen ) that will make perfect conditions for oxidation , cupper when oxidized will form cupper oxide which is a non conductive material and that what causes an isolation and bad connection between the chip and the motherboard, that layer of cupper oxide will prevent good soldering when a real reflow is applied and that is why it doesn't last for too long that if it works at all so in order to get a good soldering and a real long lasting repair the cupper oxide isolation layer has to be cleaned up and removed from the soldering pads and in order to do that the chip has to be removed from the motherboard , the old solder has to be removed from both the chip and the board, the soldering pads on both have to be cleaned from the cupper oxide and make sure they will accept soldering again before applying a new layer of solder to the chip and reattach it to the motherboard again a procedure that is called reballing and that is the real and long lasting repair for the YLOD and all other problems caused by bad connections between the video chip and the motherboard like no video , pixilation, freezing , no hard drive activity, no synchronization between the controller and the USB ports and many other symptoms. Reballing specially for the PS3 GPU chip is not an easy task, it requires very advanced machines , very accurate thermal profiles and a lot of hands on and training and high skills, very few places are able to do that on a high success rate that grantee that you will send your console to really get repaired and not to be permanently damaged, Reballing is like a heart surgery to the console so you have to choose carefully a very reputable place to do it for you, the same procedure is used to fix all kind of electronics that use BGA packages like laptops, graphics cards and even desktop computers and all in one and it is also the same procedure used to fix RROD in xbox 360 , the best place I know is ps3specialist.com and it is the one I recommend. Don'tDon't try anything else if your console is valuable to you or you have important data you care not to loose.
'''Unfortunately everything I read hear about fixing the YLOD on a PS3 is 100% wrong !! first , YLOD has nothing to do with the CPU so heating the CPU is a big mistake that everyone is doing, YLOD is a bad connection between the GPU chip and the motherboard regardless which model a fat or a slim, second using any kind of Flux makes things worse , when using flux first it has to be the proper kind of flux for BGA packages, more important it has to be a very thin layer and distributed equally, clearly that can not be done by using a liquid flux or by just flooding under the chip with flux, when you do that you will be just making a layer of unmixed flux with solder that actually makes an extra isolation layer between the solder and the chip or the solder and the board and most probably both, the reality is that there are two kinds of repairs non of them can be done at home, they have to be professionally done in order to achieve a real repair not just a try and error or hit or miss. the first one is a procedure called reflow which means totally melt the solder that attaches the chip to the board, supposedly this will allow the bad connections to be soldered and the console will come back to life, The reality is this procedure is rarely works and if it works will be very temporary and will only last for few hours , days or weeks at its best so why is that? simply the GPU chip or the graphics chip is the one that gets hot the most ( heat ) the motherboard material is cupper and with air coming into the console for cooling ( oxygen ) that will make perfect conditions for oxidation , cupper when oxidized will form cupper oxide which is a non conductive material and that what causes an isolation and bad connection between the chip and the motherboard, that layer of cupper oxide will prevent good soldering when a real reflow is applied and that is why it doesn't last for too long that if it works at all so in order to get a good soldering and a real long lasting repair the cupper oxide isolation layer has to be cleaned up and removed from the soldering pads and in order to do that the chip has to be removed from the motherboard , the old solder has to be removed from both the chip and the board, the soldering pads on both have to be cleaned from the cupper oxide and make sure they will accept soldering again before applying a new layer of solder to the chip and reattach it to the motherboard again a procedure that is called reballing and that is the real and long lasting repair for the YLOD and all other problems caused by bad connections between the video chip and the motherboard like no video , pixilation, freezing , no hard drive activity, no synchronization between the controller and the USB ports and many other symptoms. Reballing specially for the PS3 GPU chip is not an easy task, it requires very advanced machines , very accurate thermal profiles and a lot of hands on and training and high skills, very few places are able to do that on a high success rate that grantee that you will send your console to really get repaired and not to be permanently damaged, Reballing is like a heart surgery to the console so you have to choose carefully a very reputable place to do it for you, the same procedure is used to fix all kind of electronics that use BGA packages like laptops, graphics cards and even desktop computers and all in one and it is also the same procedure used to fix RROD in xbox 360 , the best place I know is ps3specialist.com and it is the one I recommend. Don'tDon't try anything else if your console is valuable to you or you have important data you care not to loose.

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'''Unfortunately everything I read hear about fixing the YLOD on a PS3 is 100% wrong !! first , YLOD has nothing to do with the CPU so heating the CPU is a big mistake that everyone is doing, YLOD is a bad connection between the GPU chip and the motherboard regardless which model a fat or a slim, second using any kind of Flux makes things worse , when using flux first it has to be the proper kind of flux for BGA packages, more important it has to be a very thin layer and distributed equally, clearly that can not be done by using a liquid flux or by just flooding under the chip with flux, when you do that you will be just making a layer of unmixed flux with solder that actually makes an extra isolation layer between the solder and the chip or the solder and the board and most probably both, the reality is that there are two kinds of repairs non of them can be done at home, they have to be professionally done in order to achieve a real repair not just a try and error or hit or miss. the first one is a procedure called reflow which means totally melt the solder that attaches the chip to the board, supposedly this will allow the bad connections to be soldered and the console will come back to life, The reality is this procedure is rarely works and if it works will be very temporary and will only last for few hours , days or weeks at its best so why is that? simply the GPU chip or the graphics chip is the one that gets hot the most ( heat ) the motherboard material is cupper and with air coming into the console for cooling ( oxygen ) that will make perfect conditions for oxidation , cupper when oxidized will form cupper oxide which is a non conductive material and that what causes an isolation and bad connection between the chip and the motherboard, that layer of cupper oxide will prevent good soldering when a real reflow is applied and that is why it doesn't last for too long that if it works at all so in order to get a good soldering and a real long lasting repair the cupper oxide isolation layer has to be cleaned up and removed from the soldering pads and in order to do that the chip has to be removed from the motherboard , the old solder has to be removed from both the chip and the board, the soldering pads on both have to be cleaned from the cupper oxide and make sure they will accept soldering again before applying a new layer of solder to the chip and reattach it to the motherboard again a procedure that is called reballing and that is the real and long lasting repair for the YLOD and all other problems caused by bad connections between the video chip and the motherboard like no video , pixilation, freezing , no hard drive activity, no synchronization between the controller and the USB ports and many other symptoms. Reballing specially for the PS3 GPU chip is not an easy task, it requires very advanced machines , very accurate thermal profiles and a lot of hands on and training and high skills, very few places are able to do that on a high success rate that grantee that you will send your console to really get repaired and not to be permanently damaged, Reballing is like a heart surgery to the console so you have to choose carefully a very reputable place to do it for you, the same procedure is used to fix all kind of electronics that use BGA packages like laptops, graphics cards and even desktop computers and all in one and it is also the same procedure used to fix RROD in xbox 360 , the best place I know is ps3specialist.com and it is the one I recommend. Don't try anything else if your console is valuable to you or you have important data you care not to loose.[http://www.ps3specialist.com/playstation3-gpu-reballing-service/]loose.
'''Unfortunately everything I read hear about fixing the YLOD on a PS3 is 100% wrong !! first , YLOD has nothing to do with the CPU so heating the CPU is a big mistake that everyone is doing, YLOD is a bad connection between the GPU chip and the motherboard regardless which model a fat or a slim, second using any kind of Flux makes things worse , when using flux first it has to be the proper kind of flux for BGA packages, more important it has to be a very thin layer and distributed equally, clearly that can not be done by using a liquid flux or by just flooding under the chip with flux, when you do that you will be just making a layer of unmixed flux with solder that actually makes an extra isolation layer between the solder and the chip or the solder and the board and most probably both, the reality is that there are two kinds of repairs non of them can be done at home, they have to be professionally done in order to achieve a real repair not just a try and error or hit or miss. the first one is a procedure called reflow which means totally melt the solder that attaches the chip to the board, supposedly this will allow the bad connections to be soldered and the console will come back to life, The reality is this procedure is rarely works and if it works will be very temporary and will only last for few hours , days or weeks at its best so why is that? simply the GPU chip or the graphics chip is the one that gets hot the most ( heat ) the motherboard material is cupper and with air coming into the console for cooling ( oxygen ) that will make perfect conditions for oxidation , cupper when oxidized will form cupper oxide which is a non conductive material and that what causes an isolation and bad connection between the chip and the motherboard, that layer of cupper oxide will prevent good soldering when a real reflow is applied and that is why it doesn't last for too long that if it works at all so in order to get a good soldering and a real long lasting repair the cupper oxide isolation layer has to be cleaned up and removed from the soldering pads and in order to do that the chip has to be removed from the motherboard , the old solder has to be removed from both the chip and the board, the soldering pads on both have to be cleaned from the cupper oxide and make sure they will accept soldering again before applying a new layer of solder to the chip and reattach it to the motherboard again a procedure that is called reballing and that is the real and long lasting repair for the YLOD and all other problems caused by bad connections between the video chip and the motherboard like no video , pixilation, freezing , no hard drive activity, no synchronization between the controller and the USB ports and many other symptoms. Reballing specially for the PS3 GPU chip is not an easy task, it requires very advanced machines , very accurate thermal profiles and a lot of hands on and training and high skills, very few places are able to do that on a high success rate that grantee that you will send your console to really get repaired and not to be permanently damaged, Reballing is like a heart surgery to the console so you have to choose carefully a very reputable place to do it for you, the same procedure is used to fix all kind of electronics that use BGA packages like laptops, graphics cards and even desktop computers and all in one and it is also the same procedure used to fix RROD in xbox 360 , the best place I know is ps3specialist.com and it is the one I recommend. Don't try anything else if your console is valuable to you or you have important data you care not to loose.[http://www.ps3specialist.com/playstation3-gpu-reballing-service/]loose.

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'''Unfortunately everything I read hear about fixing the YLOD on a PS3 is 100% wrong !! first , YLOD has nothing to do with the CPU so heating the CPU is a big mistake that everyone is doing, YLOD is a bad connection between the GPU chip and the motherboard regardless which model a fat or a slim, second using any kind of Flux makes things worse , when using flux first it has to be the proper kind of flux for BGA packages, more important it has to be a very thin layer and distributed equally, clearly that can not be done by using a liquid flux or by just flooding under the chip with flux, when you do that you will be just making a layer of unmixed flux with solder that actually makes an extra isolation layer between the solder and the chip or the solder and the board and most probably both, the reality is that there are two kinds of repairs non of them can be done at home, they have to be professionally done in order to achieve a real repair not just a try and error or hit or miss. the first one is a procedure called reflow which means totally melt the solder that attaches the chip to the board, supposedly this will allow the bad connections to be soldered and the console will come back to life, The reality is this procedure is rarely works and if it works will be very temporary and will only last for few hours , days or weeks at its best so why is that? simply the GPU chip or the graphics chip is the one that gets hot the most ( heat ) the motherboard material is cupper and with air coming into the console for cooling ( oxygen ) that will make perfect conditions for oxidation , cupper when oxidized will form cupper oxide which is a non conductive material and that what causes an isolation and bad connection between the chip and the motherboard, that layer of cupper oxide will prevent good soldering when a real reflow is applied and that is why it doesn't last for too long that if it works at all so in order to get a good soldering and a real long lasting repair the cupper oxide isolation layer has to be cleaned up and removed from the soldering pads and in order to do that the chip has to be removed from the motherboard , the old solder has to be removed from both the chip and the board, the soldering pads on both have to be cleaned from the cupper oxide and make sure they will accept soldering again before applying a new layer of solder to the chip and reattach it to the motherboard again a procedure that is called reballing and that is the real and long lasting repair for the YLOD and all other problems caused by bad connections between the video chip and the motherboard like no video , pixilation, freezing , no hard drive activity, no synchronization between the controller and the USB ports and many other symptoms. Reballing specially for the PS3 GPU chip is not an easy task, it requires very advanced machines , very accurate thermal profiles and a lot of hands on and training and high skills, very few places are able to do that on a high success rate that grantee that you will send your console to really get repaired and not to be permanently damaged, Reballing is like a heart surgery to the console so you have to choose carefully a very reputable place to do it for you, the same procedure is used to fix all kind of electronics that use BGA packages like laptops, graphics cards and even desktop computers and all in one and it is also the same procedure used to fix RROD in xbox 360 , the best place I know is ps3specialist.com and it is the one I recommend. Don't try anything else if your console is valuable to you or you have important data you care not to loose.[http://www.ps3specialist.com/playstation3-gpu-reballing-service/]

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