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Conductive Paint Tsop Method

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Hi Guys. I just wanted to share that I used Bare Contuctive Electric Paint for the first time today to TSOP flash one of my Xboxs and it was the easiest TSOP flash I have ever done. I used a toothpick to apply the paint. The paint is kind of thick and it was really easy to apply. I bought it at Amazon. Here is the link: Please login or register to see this link.

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This technique worked like a charm, I tried soldering to bridge the pads twice with no luck, used this stuff putting on with toothpick and bingo, I'm up and running with a nicely flashed tsop. Thanks again! 

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