Jim Sheldon W0EB is offering a new service to uBITX owners in the US (sorry no service is provided to foreign owners) to repair Raduinos.
Jim has just finished designing and building a Raduino test fixture that allows him to look at all the signals coming out of the board and also hook up all the digital controls to the board. He has the equipment in his shack to replace the Si5351 clock chip if it is bad and he can also replace a bad Nano (but the customer must provide the Nano).
He’s not sure how long he will be able to offer this, but he is aware that there are a few BITx owners out there that have somehow blown up their Raduino. It is not that easy to get a replacement at the moment.
DO NOT send Jim your Raduino in need of repair without first contacting him and discussing the problem. He may refuse to work on it if it appears too badly damaged – that’s at Jim’s discretion.
The offered service is ONLY Raduino repair, not complete uBITX repair.
Contact Jim via his QRZ.com address (his email address is listed as well).