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GregMIt

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I am fairly new to this Bose Wave situation. I have a Bose Wave a friend asked if I could repair, and while attempting to do so I lifted a pad. Now can't seem to figure out how to reconnect it to what? I am going to attach a file with images in it.One image and one schematic concerning the area I am in trouble with.

Thanks for any information anyone would provide.
 

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Harald Kapp

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Connect the pad to the trace that leads to it. Scrape off some of the protective laquer (red mark), bend the pin of the capacitor towards the blank trace, then solder.
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Observe the polarity of the capacitor!
 

GregMIt

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I forgot to mention on that image what you see is the leg of the .047 uF cap. It’s pulled off the board and sitting on its side. The pad under that leg is completely missing and I have no clue what that pad had been connected to. On the schematic one side of the .047 cap is connected to the transistor, and apparently the other side is connected to the transformer. I’m not familiar with that particular transformer connection and have no idea how to follow that trace.
 
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