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Old 03-04-2012, 06:36 PM
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new chip...no start

Just got a new ts chip dac3 base programmed...installed it ses light stayed on and wts light would not come on....sent chip back with computer code
awa3 and it was reprogrammed....reinstalled and same thing...ses light and no wts light and.....NO START!!!!.....and yes I double checked and cleaned the connection where the chip plugs in....Any Ideas????
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Old 03-04-2012, 06:41 PM
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keep cleanin, might even wipe it with some rubbin alcohol
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Old 03-11-2012, 04:49 PM
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I have cleaned with alcohol...mineral spirits...nail polish remover....they even said to use sand paper...think maybe too much rubbin ....two of the copper bars are almost all rubbed off....tried to get a pic on here but its not loading...guess this computer can't be chipped now...any ideas???
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you need to make sure you get all the coating off but nothing more. as soon as you start to see copper as opposed to silver you need to stop.
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Too late for that....guess I am goin to have to find another computer...
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Just go get your computer re-tinned
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Re-tinned??? who could do that???
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I'm not sure who could, but i'm sure you can find someone locally, or maybe send it somewhere (if you can) to have them re-do it.

But I'm hoping someone with more knowledge can give input on this. I was told that (since I just got my chip and installed it a week or so ago) that if I accidentally cleaned too much I could get it re-tinned
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