Component Level Repair Training


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Mon, October 15 - Fri, October 19, 2012





Table of Contents:

This is a 5 day course

1. Intro to Laptop Repair
2. Tools or equipment used
3. Diagnosing issues such as no power, no video, no post, no boot, and what theses mean?
4. Testing components
5. Fault finding and replacing these components, How to test and trace problems. How to repair traces, pads, and jump traces or pads
6. Soldering and repairing by hand or machine, we do dc jacks all the way up to the most complex BGA chips properly.
7. Complete BGA Profiling, re-balling, & rework, understanding reflows vs. re-ball.
8. Learning to properly diagnose from A-Z the proper way through elimination.
9. Sales & Marketing of your new business, how to price and structure your company.

Identifying basic parts of the laptops: wifi cards, hard Drive, memory, LCD, motherboard, CPU, DVD drive, Daughter Boards, etc..

Identifying what it is we do? How to Sell, market, and advertise your LAPTOP repair business. Identify how to troubleshoot, Diagnose Software, Hardware issues. Identifying/ fault finding/ Repairing Power, video, and LCD issues. How to sell your business to other companies.

Day 1    Intro to Laptop Repair & troubleshooting

Discovering the parts within your laptops and what their function is? How to troubleshoot CPU's, memory, wifi, dvd drives, hard drive or LCD, & finally all motherboard issues. How to get to the problem fast and how to eliminate things through our process of elimination, saving time and money and making the repair efficient and cost effective for your bottom line.

Days 1-3  Understanding and Diagnosing power issues, how to trace them and repair them. How to use a multi-meter to test these things. How to solder components  and remove bad ones all hands on.

This unit will make up the diagnosing, tracing of the fault due to failures, and correct them. These repairs will include hands on soldering training with the best equipment in the industry.  These fixes are permanent NOT temporary fixes. The repairs will be on REAL motherboards that are current(last 2-4 years) not old boards that have no place in today's market. You will learn all kinds or repair techniques with several types of equipment and how to hand solder all of them.

Basic Electronics- Components learning what they do and How to test them: fets,  mosfets, capacitors, diodes, transistors, resistors, coil, filter. Learning how to test them on & off the board. How to find shorts, how to jump traces, and or replace damaged pads or traces.

Understanding Analog and Digital Electronics

Day 4     Introduction to Re-balling

Introduction to Re-balling, and how to properly prepare a video chip for re-balling. In depth look at why video chips or BGA chips that are re-balled only work afterwards 1 out of 10 times. This is due to the preparation in chip's surface. We show you how to have a 99% success rate if our process is followed.

We will learn how to clean and prepare a tested(good) recently removed chip for the re-ball process. You will also learn how to prepare the board surface to receive the newly re-balled chip. This process can be perfected, and from a time standpoint reduced down to less than  5 minutes. The whole re-ball time shouldn't take more than 20 min per chip and board once perfected. Although the more you do it the better you become.

Day 4-5     BGA Rework, Chip Removal

First you learn how to profile and remove chips form boards, you will learn do understand and identify what you see during the removal process to better understand where the fault was and to insure it doesn't occur again.

Here we will learn to inspect BGA chips that have been re-balled, why we use lead solder versus lead free solder and what benefits we gain from it and why?

Here we will also learn the correct procedure for re-balling chips, why reflows don't work, how to remove and reattach BGA chips. How to determine when the profile has had enough, going too far, too much heat, etc... This 5th day will end with you setting profiles and repairing your own successful chips, which you re-balled the previous day.

Please call us for classroom space to reserve your spot, our classroom sizes will be for 10-15 students. You will have earned a certificate in Laptop Repair & Component Level Repair Training from BAY COMPUTER SOLUTIONS.

When: July 2012
Days:  5 Day Course(Mon- Fri)
Cost: $7000 2013 Cost; $5000 2012 Introductory cost

Reserve your spot CALL US NOW(SPACE IS LIMITED to 15 Techs') $3000 Deposit required to reserve your spot! Balance Paid 1st day of class.

Equipment: None needed all equipment provided during training. Equipment used during training will be for sale in addition to training costs. Hotel accommodations are in addition and can be provided at discounts for each student upon request.

Exclusive Territories granted for an additional fee $275 per mo. based on zip codes.

No Franchise Fees                    

Low cost start-up

LEARN TO GENERATE (from one of the best salespersons' in California)
$20,000-$40,000 per mo revenue


408-541-9828 or email us at

We have 4 Instructors for this course soon to be adding more!


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