I substituted the battery lead on my inductrix and as soon as I plugged in the battery:
I also had the FX798T soldered to the same battery pads. That’s about $90 worth of damage in one pop.
I had made the pigtail from a micro JST socket. It was a 90 degree socket and I manually straightened the pins with pliers. It looks like I got disoriented and reversed the polarity on it:
Here is the damage:
There is only one visibly destroyed component on each. The FX798T transmitter board fried a component label B6286M which I assume to be some kind of linear voltage regulator. I think this one gave out first causing a short circuit across the (+)(-) leads of the AIO and hence the FC battery leads, causing the yellow component on the inductrix FC to burn.
Can anyone with an inductrix get me that part number? Do you guys think the board is salvageable?