On Mon, 27 Nov 2006 07:17:57 -0500 (EST), Bradley Alexander
>On the recorder, this is not quite true. The jack is floating loose inside, and there is a PCB above (the one with the buttons and display), below (sits flush with the rails which holds the hard drive) and at the end (the one holding the USB, Line in).
>The player does not have this PCB below.
Perhaps you're referring to the JBRFM/V2? I can assure you that with
the original recorder, the JBR, all the jacks can be soldered without
disassembly. I've done dozens of 'em. See my earlier note, subject
line "Arrrrghh" for details on how to strengthen the joints.
Never worked on a player so I can't comment there.
>----- Original Message -----
>From: Neon John <jgd_at_johngsbbq.com>
>To: Rockbox <rockbox_at_cool.haxx.se>
>Sent: Monday, November 27, 2006 0:13:37 AM GMT-0500 US/Eastern
>Subject: Re: Disassembly question
>The jack solders on the outside of the board. No disassembly of the
>PCBs is necessary.
>On Sun, 26 Nov 2006 20:46:12 -0500 (EST), Bradley Alexander
>>Got a question for the assembled Archos wisdom here. I have a Recorder 20, and the jack the charger plugs into came loose and is currently floating around inside. I have disassembled the unit, but am trying to figure out the best way to get inside there to resolder the jack. Initially, it looked like I could loosen the two solder joints to the battery rail and remove the printed circuit board on the end of the unit to get in there...However, I melted that solder, but the pcb did not come loose.
>>Has anyone a suggestion on how to get in there and reconnect that jack?
>John De Armond
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>Cleveland, Occupied TN
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John De Armond
See my website for my current email address
Cleveland, Occupied TN
Don't let your schooling interfere with your education-Mark Twain
Received on 2006-11-28