A busted circuit certainly can get on your nerves. You spend half of the day trying to fix an electronic, and when you turn it on you get no power. Fret not no more. Here are seven possible reasons why your circuit is not working.
1 – Your circuit has bad parts. Some of the major components like ICs, diodes, and transistors may suffer damages while being soldered into place. The same goes with capacitors and resistors. The reason why this happens is that these parts suffer from overheating from the soldering procedure.
2 – Your circuit has connection problems. This issue is a result of any of the following causes:
• A wire was left out.
• A short circuit transpired. The short circuit is probably a result of a bad solder job.
3 – A connection placed in the wrong area.
4 – You hear noise in or around the board. This may indicate a bad power supply.
5 – Not enough power supply. Some circuits suffer from power that is not well distributed by the power supply. A dependable power supply will distribute power evenly.
6 – Too much heat. Overheating transistors and other parts may prove insufficient to the job. Replace these parts that can handle higher watts of energy.
7 – The wrong computations. Computations deal with the current of electricity that printed circuit board components require to operate without a hitch. Incorrect calculations of currents could end up in a shut down if the wrong amount of current passes.