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Why is not adhesive remover working ?

I have that
BGA IC Epoxy Glue Remover CellPhone chip clean BGA IC adhesive removing liquid
and am using it for remove the silicone in the corners of the big chips of the notebook. I have put with the pipette and wait for 20 minutes but when i try to remove the silicone it`s still very hard and not going off.

Thanks in advance

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Re: silicone

Maybe silicone isn't epoxy glue or an adhesive? Time to check your chemistry books.

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Another thermal compound I ran into

Was more like cement. It took a tungsten blade to carefully remove it.

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So...

I have asked in one forum what to take for this things removal and that was answered to me.

I have waited for it not little time for ships to my country from AliExpress.

@R. Proffitt
I really dont understand who you are but typically your answers are not understandable from me
Can you use human language and be not sarcastic ?!

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What didn't you understand?

The tungsten blade?

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Mhm
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That would be a tool.

So yes, any tool or method you want to try. You are the technician here and have to apply your skill and judgement. That is, I'm not there to teach you how much pressure would be too much.

There are folk that think all can be learned without practice. They are often upset as they learn the skills. I understand that.

As to heat, it might help to loosen some hard epoxy or it could cure it to a rock.

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