I was just soldering in the very last connection on my Matek board (for the camera) and a large blob of solder fell from the iron and on to the main IC on the motherboard.
F*** S*** and many other words of disparagement and annoyance.
I had installed the Chaos 30 amp ESCs you sent me and tried them out and compared to the elcheapo ones I had previously purchased they were magic. The motors all started at the same time and they would start at 1050 revs instead of 1100, 1180 and1210 rpm respectively.
I got most of the solder off immediately, but some must have bridged some of the connections on the IC as it will no longer boot. But I can’t see the bridges,even using fairly strong magnification.
There is a little good that has come out of it. I convinced my wife that I needed to buy a heat desolder gun and when I got that, I decided that I needed to actually see what had happened and so, today, I have ordered one of these digital microscopes
I would not normally have been able to swing this,but lately she has been talking about getting anothre type of microscope for herself so that she could look at botanical stuff in detail. The one she was looking at is about $1500, so that made it difficult for her to deny me a $180 one that took pictures and all sorts of other stuff.