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    Default Can the TurboSim and Sim chip be taped together?

    Perhaps, a stupid question. But, I find the Sim chip and the TurboSim to frequently lose contact. I have to pull the sim tray out and push it back in, then all is well until the next time.

    Can the two be taped together with say a small piece of scotch tape....or do I risk it be jammed in the Sim tray?



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    Good question... I'm concerned that this may be an issue as well as I've had to readjust the TSIM connection a few times already. I worry though that placing such tape over the contacts may cause heat or current issues. Perhaps a glue type solution may be better? Given that you could place a few spots of glue on areas where there aren't any circuitary. Need to be sure you get the contacts lined up properly 1st time around though, otherwise you could easily brick your TSIM.
    Last edited by hubbards; 08-27-2007 at 06:42 PM.

 

 

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