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I baked my cards at 400 but only for ~5 minutes, never had any problems....
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Originally Posted by grimmjow View Post

Odd....so there were capacitors on the backside of the card? Or did they literally jump off the PCB?

Looks like that should have only happened if you baked it chipside down...which would be a reason why they fell off.

biggrin.gif "literally jump off the PCB" . . . rofl

Seriously that was the funniest picture I saw this past month regarding baking boards, why do you not read and copy how others do it (read a dozen then summarize the process of the successful ones).

Baked so many times I've already have 1x1 angle bars made to hold 2 to 4 cards in a pan.

TIP: Factor in the Height (top-bottom of oven), temp (room & bake) and time (baking and COOLING before letting it get exposed) stress test afterwards.
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