Sega Spiderman trace damage

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    • Sega Spiderman trace damage

      I have a Sega Spiderman that dropped and stopped working. I looked the board over and deduced that the traces got damaged on the fall and is what is causing it not to work. Is there anyone knowledgeable that can tell me the correct way to fix the traces? I can solder but I’m no means a master at it.

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    • Gently sand back the green mask layer with some very fine grit sandpaper (300 grit).
      Once the copper in that area is exposed, build each trace back up with solder, work one by one using extreme care not to bridge across traces (have desolder braid/pump handy).
      When everything is working again, you can use clear nail polish to cover the exposed copper.
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