Question about Magellan Maestro 4040 GPS Receiver
Yellow piece inside unit which the powercord plug is broken off. I opened the unit and I did not break any connections. So can I just just solder the yellow piece where the power cord plug into The same thing happened to my 4040 yesterday. The jack in side of unit pushed inside, can no longer plug it in.
I also have the same problem - the yellow power jack has broken connections. I fixed it by soldering it back. In my unit, the connection pads under the external power jack were intact and I was able to solder the jack easily. The audio out jack nearby has also come-off the PC board, along with the pads. I am not able to re-solder these back. Since the audio jack is part of the speaker circuit I have lost the text-to-speech function!
Hope you are able to fix yours.
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
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