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 4. GQ Hot Air Soldering Rework Station
 gq 5200 fire!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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cwkid Posted - 12/13/2016 : 17:13:26
well this is junk i need help this almost burned my house down i turn the air desoldering and it heated up to 2000 C there is no quality control on this product or what? this a junk manufacturing I had to fix the soldering stick prior as it would not heat up,

now I get error 6 and the desoldering lights up and fire comes out of it, is this a chine junk **** product again or is it a bad US design ?
what the .... ? so will they replace this for free or i have to invoke some sort of legal action ?
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ZLM Posted - 12/28/2016 : 13:15:50
Please check if the hotair lost. If no air blowing, the temperature can not be detected.

The schematic is below:

https://www.gqelectronicsllc.com/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=4180

If the air flow works, then most likely the T1 burned and need to be replaced.

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