Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: Recorder V2
Re: Recorder V2
From: mat <matholton_at_landofconfusion.com>
Date: Sat, 07 Aug 2004 09:23:20 +0100
I didn't take offence by anything said :-)
The one main thing to remmeber is to remove the single, tiny screw from
the top-cover that attaches to the PCB. It's really small and could be
overlooked. well, if you follow JBMM guide thats about you will be okay.
Basically nothing needs any force when it comes to dismantling....unless
Scott B McDowall wrote:
> Thanks very much. I seem to have caused a bit of animosity between
> people - sorry about that.
> Scott B
> scott wrote:
>> --- mat <matholton_at_landofconfusion.com> wrote:
>>> There can be slight differences but they are obvious. The battery
>>> cover sometimes (on both JBMM and FM) has two small screws that join
>>> in to the top cover. My first FM didn't have these and sometimes the
>>> battery cover would pop out. Crap design Archos, thanks.
>> while it's true that some of the early FMs and MMs didn't have the
>> screws, all
>> of the later models (AFAIK) did. the V2 was released long after new
>> FMs had
>> screws on the top (mine has screws and its over a year old).
>> furthermore, if
>> there aren't screws the directions are still the same, you just skip
>> the first
>> step (i can't imagine that being very hard to figure out).
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Received on 2004-08-07