[time-nuts] Fury Interface Board: How about TI OPA277?

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Sat Nov 3 16:12:20 EDT 2007

In a message dated 11/3/2007 12:07:18 Pacific Daylight Time,  
magnus at rubidium.dyndns.org writes:

>Maybe you should consider "fair reconfigurations" in a defined list  as
>tolerated without voiding the warranty.

>I.e. you define a  list of modifications which is allowed without voiding the
>warranty.  Naturally, if a unit is sent in, any such allowed  
>needs to be  detailed.


Hi Magnus,
the problem with any soldering is that not every users' skill level is good  

We have seen Fury's come in from some commercial customers  completely 
butchered by so called "expert technicians" that were just asked to  remove 
connectors (and paid to do so), or add single-pin headers etc.
Not a pretty sight.
We would rather do the work for our customers for free if  shipping is paid 
by the customer, and offer this as a service to everyone.
I know that most of you are perfectly capable of doing such re-work  
successfully, but for us it's too much of a risk to allow rework, and still give  full 
warranty unfortunately.

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