FreeRunner GPS antenna repair SOP

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5. Now try re-connecting the antenna.  The antenna should ‘snap’ into place of the connector locking itself firmly.  If it is loose and does not snap, it is possible there will be quality issues.
 
5. Now try re-connecting the antenna.  The antenna should ‘snap’ into place of the connector locking itself firmly.  If it is loose and does not snap, it is possible there will be quality issues.
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Revision as of 10:25, 11 July 2008

1. GPS Antenna CON(CON7601),there are bad soldering issues with this PIN.

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2. Need to re-solder PIN to improve connection

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3. There are deformities in the internal GPS connector

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4. Use tweezers to pinch the antenna back to original form.

PICT1313.JPG

5. Now try re-connecting the antenna. The antenna should ‘snap’ into place of the connector locking itself firmly. If it is loose and does not snap, it is possible there will be quality issues.

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1. GPS Antenna CON(CON7601),there are bad soldering issues with this PIN.

PICT1311.JPG

2. Need to re-solder PIN to improve connection

PICT1310.JPG


3. There are deformities in the internal GPS connector

PICT1312.JPG

4. Use tweezers to pinch the antenna back to original form.

PICT1313.JPG

5. Now try re-connecting the antenna. The antenna should ‘snap’ into place of the connector locking itself firmly. If it is loose and does not snap, it is possible there will be quality issues.