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38 pin flex cable (flat conductor)

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  1. Sidney

    Sidney Guest

    Panasonic CD portable radio model:RX-ED90PP-K (similar to
    models:RX-ED70 & 77,year:May 1996,when power button or some of the
    other buttons are pressed the LCD display reads:U1=user code (customer
    code) low power when using D cell batteries and pressing power button
    which in plain technician language the 5v is not reaching the micro as
    the 38 pin flexible cable (flat conductor or jumper film) Panasonic #
    REE0825=$8.62 (old # REE0680) from CS801 to CS8011 is broken at
    several traces.The reason for this is when the radio was assembled at
    the factory the flex cable was bent to a great extreme and with time
    several of the traces broke.
    I am telling you guys this to save time and money incase you come
    across these high end Panasonic units for repair.Also I ordered that
    flexible card (flat conductor or jumper film) from my local Panasonic
    authorized parts distributor 2 weeks ago and when I called them today
    I asked on the status and they say it's backordered and Panasonic
    Canada is seeing if the USA has any if not Japan.I assume that other
    products by other brands must use a 38 pin flex card of the following
    specs:

    38 pins (each pin is 1mm wide spaced at 0.5mm for a total width of
    cable of 49mm)

    230 mm long cable,grey (light blue) colored with the following
    writings:E66085 RU AVM 20624 80C 60V VW-1 BANDO-S –F-

    Both end of the cable have the pins on the same side.



    So if anyone can come up with other OEM part #'s or manufacturer's
    websites for this cable your friend Sidney would be greatfull.Thanks
    in advance for replies.

    Sidney
    E-mail:
    Dartmouth,Nova Scotia
    Canada
     
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