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2104 broken

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Hi,

When removing the yellow plug from my Pico 2104, I disconnected the white wire (should be the signal wire).

How to reconnect (solder) it to the PCB ?

Thx
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Re: 2104 broken

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Hi pficheux,

Could you contact our helpdesk (support@picotech.com) where one of our technical specialists will be able to help you.

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Re: 2104 broken

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Hi Gerry,

Helpdesk proposed to send the device but it should be possible to solder it by myself (where to connect the white wire...).

regards

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Re: 2104 broken

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Can you see the other end of the broken white wire on the PCB ? Looks like there may be some glue holding it there.
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I don't see anything but I assume you have the tech doc and schematics at Picotech :-)

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Can you see the notch in the PCB at the top of the picture with what looks like clear glue holding a white wire?
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Re: 2104 broken

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Hi,

I didn't see any picture but problem is fixed, was very easy :-)

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Re: 2104 broken

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On the road again :-)

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