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looks like its nearly burned, so yea i would say that IC is shot. 

 

But that is the least of your concern. The bigger concern is the chain-reaction collateral damage potential that happened when the IC blew out. How many other parts went with it? 

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I've heard Duos logicboards are timebombs... If one powers it with leaking caps inside -> little hope to make it work again even after recapping! I have a 210 I racapped years ago but... too late (it boots to the gray screen... when it boots!).

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That means that board has been started up with leaked caps which is very common problem for people who pulled out those Duos and fire them up.. I have about 7 Duos that previous people have attempted to fire them up are no good - one day I am hoping to build 7 boards into one or 2.
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On 2/1/2020 at 1:32 PM, Papichulo said:

So i had leaking capacitors on top of this board and just found this chip like this, no other damage is it worth recapping the board or is the chip a hazard at this point? Thanks 

 

Hello! I'm re-capping my 280c and hoping you could tell me the value of the smaller (8mm) capacitor (labeled C6) behind the serial port? I’m re-capping my 280c, and that one’s markings are illegible. Thanks!

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8 hours ago, sutekh said:

Hello! I'm re-capping my 280c and hoping you could tell me the value of the smaller (8mm) capacitor (labeled C6) behind the serial port? I’m re-capping my 280c, and that one’s markings are illegible. Thanks!

I got a leftover picture from that board. I gave up and tossed the board. Hope this helps if it dont theres a post on here about the types of caps for it

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