Question about Transcend T SONIC 630 MP3 Player
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I am assuming that you are referring to the pins of the slots. If you would install an insulator such as a plastic card, it would separate the pins preventing the short. If you need that slot, installing the a PCI card would also separate the pins. If however the pi(s) have been pressed down and crumpled at the bottom of the slot, the only option is to use a tweezer and pull the erring pin out which of course would render that slot useless.
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Posted on Jan 29, 2009
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