The LED strip lights used at home have been used for a long time, and some minor faults may occur. If you encounter such a problem, you can first troubleshoot the cause. At the same time, pay attention to the operation method to avoid bigger problems.

1. Anti-static: Because LED is an electrostatic-sensitive component, if you do not take anti-static measures when repairing LED strip lights, it will burn out the LED and cause waste. It should be noted here that the soldering iron must use an anti-static soldering iron, and the maintenance personnel must also take anti-static measures (such as wearing a static ring and anti-static gloves, etc.).

2. Short circuit: Many LED strip lights are defective because there is a short circuit at the pin, so you must find out the real reason before repairing them. Otherwise, after the bad LED is replaced rashly, it will continue to cause the LED chip to be broken down by the short-circuit current when the power is turned on again. Therefore, before replacing a new LED, you must first find out the real cause of the defect, so that the right remedy can get twice the result with half the effort.

3. Continuous high temperature: The two important components of LED strip lights, LED and FPC, are products that cannot sustain high-temperature resistance. If the FPC continues to high temperature or exceeds its withstand temperature, it will cause the FPC cover film to bubble and directly cause the LED strip lights to be scrapped. At the same time, LEDs cannot withstand high temperatures continuously, and their chips will be burned out at high temperatures for a long time. Therefore, the soldering iron used when repairing LED strip lights must be a temperature-controlled soldering iron, and the temperature is limited to a range, and it is forbidden to change and set at will. In addition, even so, you need to pay attention to the soldering iron not to stay on the LED pin for more than 10 seconds during maintenance. If it exceeds this time, it is likely to burn the LED chip.