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The negative battery connection came loose from the circuit board

The remote control has space for TWO AA batteries. The cells are placed in ''series''. The negative wire (conical shaped spring) that leads to the circuit board has come loose and does not complete the circuit any longer. What is best way to resolder to a circuit board?

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Radio shack sells a cheap entry level soldering kit
and there are videos on line on how-to solder..check you tube

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This MAY be the problem: you reinserted one or more of the batteries with the wrong orientation. Typically, they will connect in series to produce a higher voltage than a single battery by itself.
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In order to repair the remote(s), you will need a soldering iron and solder.

1)Remove the screw from the back of the remote. Pry apart the two halves of the remote using a dime or penny.

2)Remove the circuit board, placing it battery side up. Remove the battery.

3)Carefully place the battery holders contact pins back into their respective holes.

4)Take care to put a small amount of solder on each of the loose contact pins. Put a small bead in both the back and front of each contact pin.

5)Replace the battery and put the circuit board back into the remote. Test to make sure the remote is functioning properly, then snap the back of the remote on and replace the screw.


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