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  1. Hornnumb2

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    I need to hire somebody for a small fee to solder a connector for me. I need to take the 10 pin connector off the green board and either solder it in place of the 12 pin or piggy back it on there. Let me know if anybody is able to do it. I attached some pics.
     

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  2. CocaCola

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    Umm are the pins 1:1 location and function wise between the connectors?
     
  3. shrtrnd

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    Got any vocational, trade, or electronics training schools near you.
    They live for practical application work, and the instructors are there to make sure
    the job gets done right. The price is usually pretty darned cheap.
     
  4. Hornnumb2

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    The 10 pin just need to be centered on the 12 pin to make the connectors come out right, with a empty pad on each end. What was done so it would work with my screen the company I got it from trimmed the 12 pin ribbon down on both edges to get to my 10 pin and it doesn't work very well in the socket. Thanks
     
  5. CocaCola

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    Well if that is the case, I could do that for you but it's likley more economical to find someone local vs paying shipping both ways...
     
  6. Hornnumb2

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    Can you send me a pm with what you would charge. Thanks
     
  7. Rleo6965

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    You mean pcb etch connector pin1 and pin12 will not be soldered.

    Are you sure your circuit does not need these signals on pin1? There's a trace connection on pin1. Your circuit board will not work if there's a signal that part of the circuit on pin1.
     
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  8. Hornnumb2

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    Here is the specs on the connector, I think it should work. Let me know if you see something I am not seeing. Thanks Michael
     

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  9. Rleo6965

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    PCB traces on picture no.2 were covered by the connector and can't see traces under it.

    But if pcb traces 1,2,3 and 4 were connected together and also same with pin 9,10,11 and 12. Then it should work.
     
  10. Hornnumb2

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    Anybody any closer to Texas that can do it. Still waiting to hear from CocaCola. Thanks Michael
     
  11. CocaCola

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    Hornnumb2 I never sent you a PM because you need a certain amount of post to use the PM system...
     
  12. Hornnumb2

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    Can you contact me at Hornnumb2 at comcast dot net. Thanks
     
  13. Hornnumb2

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    Is anybody interested in doing this? Thanks Michael
     
  14. CocaCola

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    Horn I have sent you an email...
     
  15. Hornnumb2

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    Hey any news on it coca cola ?
     
  16. CocaCola

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    Just got it the other day, going to get to it in the next day or so, maybe tonight... I have been under the weather with a sinus cold and thus sniffing solder fumes was not appealing in the least... :)
     
  17. Hornnumb2

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    Don't want to rush you but I sure could use it back. Thanks Michael
     
  18. Hornnumb2

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    Bump bump
     
  19. Hornnumb2

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    Coca Cola, I sure need this thing back. Thanks
     
  20. Hornnumb2

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    Need 15 post so I can pm..
     
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