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You do not require great expertise in repairing the same.

What you require is obsolute patience in carefully


removing the top side cover without damaging any portion of the area you put the jel for scanning.After removing
carefully
check with your multimeter the continuity between connector and wires.Some wires would have been cut or
damaged which you have to solder with SMD soldering iron (with low temperature) and check for crystal,wheather
it is properly placed and its wires and continuity with respect to connector is allright,just give low coltage and see
wheather the crystal is oscillating.if it is not replace the crystal.If top coating is damaged,you may have to re-coat
the same.In case elements are damaged carefully replace them.Having back illuminated microscope to view the
same with a magnification of 1X 100 would help you more .I hope you will find the above information usefull.
Regds
G.Rajan indianhosp@hotmail.com
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Augustine Kobla Amenyo
Re: Ultrasound Probe Repair Training.
December 20, 2005 01:57
Hi Rajan,
Thanks alot for the tutorial about probe repairs.
Will be in touch anytime I will be in need of further help.
Best Regards,
Augustine K.Amenyo.
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S Govindarajan
Re: Ultrasound Probe Repair Training.
December 29, 2005 09:05
Hi,
There were some more information available on Dot forum.You can see wheather it is usefull for you.
Thanks
G.Rajan
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Fabio Barcherini
Re: Ultrasound Probe Repair Training.
March 02, 2009 07:56
I'm interested in probes repair,how can you check if crystal are oscillating ? How can you replace it and find the
spare parts ?
If you can, I would like to know the usual problems on mechanical probes ?
Best regard
Fabio
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zheng nichole
re: Re: Ultrasound Probe Repair Training.
March 01, 2013 11:17
Hello ,Fabio! wow,meet you here!
You are our teacher now! may i have a chance to discuss some technology?
Nichole
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Taylor Leo
re: Re: Ultrasound Probe Repair Training.
December 11, 2013 05:54
Which mechanical probe are you referring to. I might be able to provide support...
Best regards,
Taylor Leo
MWpureimaging@gmail.com
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Irann Erbie Carmona
re: Re: Ultrasound Probe Repair Training.
February 25, 2013 10:08
hi sir S govindarajan
can you teach me how to repair a probe.. the probe has a bubble/air inside the tip rubber portion of the probe..
thak you so much!
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DIVYANG TRIVEDI
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November 10, 2013 08:31
Dear friend,
I am also interested in the solution of the said problem as I am also facing the same problem but not able to get
perfect solution for it..
Kindly send me the detailed information on divyangtrivedi@hotmailcom please...
Thanks in an advance....
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Bharat sharma
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November 19, 2013 07:41
dear for probe Repair like air bubble/inside air , rubber portion of the probe
i can help it contact me on my id ultrasoundengineer@gmail.com
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Taylor Leo
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December 11, 2013 05:54
The technique you are referring to is called "re-lensing". Email me which probe your are referring to and I can help.
FYI the equipment needed is a little costly ($1000.00+).
Best regards,
Taylor Leo
MWpureimaging@gmail.com
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Vincenzo Gentile
re: Ultrasound Probe Repair Training.
January 04, 2014 08:37
We are lookinf for trainig course . Do you know some ?

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