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    1992 z71 Chevy

  • #2
    damn, that sucks
    肚子笑痛了
    S60 Install

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    • #3
      ouch.

      scrap off the insulation and use conductive glue.

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      • #4
        insured? warranty?

        try to turn it into a YP and not an MP

        (watch boogie nights to get that reference...)
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        • #5
          Try soldering it if Scouse's recommendation doesn't work?
          Old plans out the window because of an accident .
          Have: M1-ATX, EPIA M10000, 256MB, 60GB 2.5", slim slot load DVD
          Need: Time, HU integration, ideas for Lilli

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          • #6
            I was gonna say solder but i suspect it will melt the plastic or burn it. worth a try though. maybe use a heatsink across the ribbon and just solder a couple of mm on the tips.

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            • #7
              my friend that i helped to make a carputer got exactly the same thing last sunday. We ended up soldering it and it works fine now. just scratch the edges and it will be easy to get soldered...
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              • #8
                Go to an autoparts store and get defroster repair kit (sometimes sold at electronics places as a 'keypad repair kit'). It's a conductive liquid that hardens. Tape it together, dab the keypad repair stuff on it, let it dry, then put another piece of tape on the top, then brace mechanically so there's no stress on it. Voila, repaired.
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                • #9
                  good to know

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                  • #10
                    Man when I first look at the pic, I was kindof cracking up. But closer look at it, I was like "WTF????"
                    BTW, try Chairboy method. I have seen it in auto part stores (Kragen, autozone, pepgirl, ...)
                    Otherwise, try electronic store for conductive pen which use to repair damage circuit. The way it work just like the window defroster repair kit.
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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Chairboy
                      Go to an autoparts store and get defroster repair kit (sometimes sold at electronics places as a 'keypad repair kit'). It's a conductive liquid that hardens. Tape it together, dab the keypad repair stuff on it, let it dry, then put another piece of tape on the top, then brace mechanically so there's no stress on it. Voila, repaired.
                      nice!!!

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Scouse Monkey
                        I was gonna say solder but i suspect it will melt the plastic or burn it. worth a try though. maybe use a heatsink across the ribbon and just solder a couple of mm on the tips.
                        I've scratched the coating off PCB traces and soldered them using a small (10W) soldering iron before, and I thought that the same thing might work here... It's a pain in the *** to do though, and I think that chairboy's method will work better. Let us know what you did and how it came out, Cartunes!
                        Old plans out the window because of an accident .
                        Have: M1-ATX, EPIA M10000, 256MB, 60GB 2.5", slim slot load DVD
                        Need: Time, HU integration, ideas for Lilli

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