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   * **My Vampire 600 V2 keeps popping off.**   * **My Vampire 600 V2 keeps popping off.**
-    * It may help to sand the ''​PLCC socket''​. ​ (Vampire boards from Kipper2k ​have already been sanded.)+    * It may help to sand the ''​PLCC socket''​. ​ (Vampire boards from Kipper2K ​have already been sanded.)
     * You may need to slightly tighten the left screw holding the Vampire, but be very careful: tightening too much may crack the board, and/or damage the plastic mount.     * You may need to slightly tighten the left screw holding the Vampire, but be very careful: tightening too much may crack the board, and/or damage the plastic mount.
  
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     * Your PSU might be bad / damaged. Try a more powerful, higher-quality PSU.     * Your PSU might be bad / damaged. Try a more powerful, higher-quality PSU.
     * Remove add-ons that consume too much power.     * Remove add-ons that consume too much power.
-    * Make sure that the Vampire is tightly connected to the CPU socket.+    * Make sure that the Vampire is tightly connected to the CPU socket, and that the connection contacts are clean.
  
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