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    Default Commboard GSM antenna conector dammaged, alternative traces?

    Hi all,

    The GSM antenna conector on my commboard is totaly damaged, does anyone know any alternative trace where I can solder the GSM antenna cable??

    Thanks in advance!!!!!!!!

    PS: I cant unsolder the conector since it was totally ripped of the commboard ( no traces)

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    Last edited by pollux1983; 02-18-2008 at 08:37 PM.



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    i second that, anyone know where the alternate point is?

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    I have one with the GSM and the WIFI antenna damage :S, I will try tomorrow to find different test points with a multimeter and another commboard, if someone already have this info, I will really appreciate it

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    Quote Originally Posted by pazhope View Post
    I have one with the GSM and the WIFI antenna damage :S, I will try tomorrow to find different test points with a multimeter and another commboard, if someone already have this info, I will really appreciate it
    look forward to hearing some good news

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    ANY help is great help!!!! .... my multimeter is also dammaged....jajajajjajaj....so if you find the trace.....post it ....and I'll solder my antenna and post a Pic for everyone to see......!!!!! THANKS!!!!!!!!


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    Unfortunately the resistance between the 2 test points is so small that the multimeter identify bout points as a short circuit

    If you only rip off the outside of the connector, but you still have the middle pin, try making a connection between the outside of the cable to the iron chasid that covers the boar, I think those are connected.

    I am sorry about that

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    Quote Originally Posted by pazhope View Post
    Unfortunately the resistance between the 2 test points is so small that the multimeter identify bout points as a short circuit

    If you only rip off the outside of the connector, but you still have the middle pin, try making a connection between the outside of the cable to the iron chasid that covers the boar, I think those are connected.

    I am sorry about that
    i have the outside, just not the inside pin, so i cant do that

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    Quote Originally Posted by utmo View Post
    i have the outside, just not the inside pin, so i cant do that
    .....mmmm.... I'm in the same position!!!! I have outer contact but have lost the middle pin!!!!!......

 

 

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