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Damage compact flash pins for card in unit DP-02CF. Can this be repaired and if so what does it normally run

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  • ggwint Jan 04, 2009

    Any idea how much this repair can/should cost?

    Tascam DP-02CF compact flash pin input repair

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  • ggwint Jan 04, 2009

    Damage to input pins for compact flash card needed for unit- Tascam DP-02CF. Any idea how much a repair can/should cost

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If the pins are just bent and not missing, you may be able to bend them back into position.

Be sure to turn the unit off!! use a very sharp point or tiny flat screwdriver and pry them back into place. I have done this many times and surprisingly it has always worked. (if bent too badly the pins will break off... then its of course a repair job.

Good Luck!
FW

Posted on Jan 04, 2009

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    fryeggy Jun 02, 2012

    I agree, I have rebent pins many times, there are two screws at the end of the dp-02cf, remove them to gain easier access to the pins. CAUTION: taking the unit apart in any way can be disastrous, thinks before you choose this method.

    Dan

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Hi and welcome to FixYa,

Offhand, I doubt if replacement "compact flash pins for card" fopr a Tascam DP-02CF would be readily available. However, you may want to consider:

  • defective/discarded memory card reader as "donor" for the slot;
  • similarly, defective/discarded digital cameras that uses the same physical sized memory card;
  • as to the tech/service, it wold not be a matter of fee, but finding one who would attend to the required repair as more of a challenge than a workload.
Good luck and Thank you for using FixYa.

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    Louie Role Jan 04, 2009

    The parts/source/donor would /should be free. The service fee would be the ongoing rate within your area. Could be anywhere from 45~100USD.

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If it is just pin replacement, a repair tech should be able to do it for about $75USD

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    blueextc3221 Jan 03, 2009

    Don't spend more than $100 on it though! You can get a new one for $250 or a used one on eBay for $100 and then you'll have other spare parts as well.

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Yes it can be repaired .

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  • SAM ANDERSON Jan 04, 2009

    The repair will cost around $100 .

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