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    Does anyone know where I may be able to get a replacement button board for the EBY-701? I checked digitalww and the mp3car store, neither has it.

    Any chance a 619 or 629 board will work?

    Thanks!
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  • #2
    No one?
    1995 AWD Tsi Talon

    Intel D945GCLF
    M2-ATX
    2GB Corsair
    30GB OCZ SSD
    BU-353
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    • #3
      No one knows? I really need a new button board as I fried my IR sensor section of the board and need to have the IR sensor working. Thanks.
      1995 AWD Tsi Talon

      Intel D945GCLF
      M2-ATX
      2GB Corsair
      30GB OCZ SSD
      BU-353
      Lilliput EBY-701
      Logitech DiNovo Mini
      LSX VOID 3.3

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      • #4
        Man, you don't need a new board if you just fried this sensor.

        For the record, its next to impossible to fry an IR detector unless you've been modding it and ran it out of specs, but typically they shouldn't die.

        What makes you think its the IR sensor?
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        • #5
          No, I didn't fry the IR sensor itself... I destroyed the board using a soldering tip that was too big. I actually disconnected the leads in the board. Perhaps some pictures will help:



          1995 AWD Tsi Talon

          Intel D945GCLF
          M2-ATX
          2GB Corsair
          30GB OCZ SSD
          BU-353
          Lilliput EBY-701
          Logitech DiNovo Mini
          LSX VOID 3.3

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          • #6
            Wow, that's dirty.

            First off, I don't know where you can get one of these button boards.

            With that said, I'd suggest that you hack it up a bit more, what do you have to lose? Buy a smaller tip ANYWHERE and it'll cost you less than the shipping cost of a new board. Then use a knife and cut the traces, etc etc etc. All IR sensors are the same, VCC IR GND (no particular order) so if you can find a vcc point you should be okay...

            Why spend the money?
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            • #7
              Yeah, just use a knife and scrape the green stuff off till you see a nice copper spot to solder to for each point. The ground plane above it, the trace on the side, and maybe the 3rd is on top? Just use some solid wire like a resistor lead or glue it down well because if it pulls it will rip the traces off the board.

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              • #8
                I threw my eby701 out the other day, otherwise you could of had it with the extended IR port already

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                • #9
                  I have one PM me and we'll work out the detials
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                  • #10
                    PM sent
                    1995 AWD Tsi Talon

                    Intel D945GCLF
                    M2-ATX
                    2GB Corsair
                    30GB OCZ SSD
                    BU-353
                    Lilliput EBY-701
                    Logitech DiNovo Mini
                    LSX VOID 3.3

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by dLockers View Post
                      I threw my eby701 out the other day, otherwise you could of had it with the extended IR port already
                      why would you 'throw out' an EBY701 (or any monitor)??

                      it is worth money even if it doesn't work...

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by FusionFanatic View Post
                        why would you 'throw out' an EBY701 (or any monitor)??

                        it is worth money even if it doesn't work...

                        I posted it up for sale for $70 on here and no body wanted it

                        it was no good to me

                        so i threw it

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                        • #13
                          $5 > $0...

                          Super duper discount, I woulda sold it for 15 bucks before I just tossed it. Shame.
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                          • #14
                            did you find a button board? i have an extra 5$ plus shipping

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by zyrus1 View Post
                              did you find a button board? i have an extra 5$ plus shipping
                              PM sent.
                              1995 AWD Tsi Talon

                              Intel D945GCLF
                              M2-ATX
                              2GB Corsair
                              30GB OCZ SSD
                              BU-353
                              Lilliput EBY-701
                              Logitech DiNovo Mini
                              LSX VOID 3.3

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