This peeling removal method for coating can be used only under special circumstances. Normally this method is used to remove RTV silicone or other thick rubbery-like coating materials.
The coating material is removed using a dull knife or otherwise dull blade to slit the coating material and to peel it off the printed board or printed board assembly.
To determine the appropriate coating removal procedure the coating must first be identified. Refer to procedure number 2.3.1.
This method is limited to coatings that are rubbery in nature to allow the coating material to be slit into small sections and peeled off the printed board assembly.
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Minimum Skill Level - Advanced
Recommended for technicians with soldering and component rework skills and exposure to most repair/rework procedures, but lacking extensive experience.
Conformance Level - High
This procedure most closely duplicates the physical characteristics of the original, and most probably complies with all the functional, environmental and serviceability factors.