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Subject: Re: hardware 'mod' for FM's
From: strycer_at_optonline.net
Date: 2004-01-30


you want to be careful when you solder batteries, you need very careful that you don't cook them too much. But provided your careful they should werk fine.
Tom

----- Original Message -----
From: mat <matholton_at_landofconfusion.com>
Date: Thursday, January 29, 2004 12:38 pm
Subject: hardware 'mod' for FM's

> Hello all,
>
> I recently announced that I fixed my Fm recorder due to the badly
> designed grounding/negetive plate from thebattery to the casing..
> Well it's still not perfect and switches off on accassions (when
> on my bike and stuff). So I am considering solderiung the negative
> of the batteries directly to the ground on the motherboard. Is
> this a bad idea? Can I damage the batteries by soldering directly
> onto the end? All I want is a good contact that lasts, and it's
> currently unreliable. If I ever have to change the batteries, I
> can just desolder.
>
> Any help/ideas, most appreciated!
>
> mat
>
>



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