Question about Pioneer DEH-P2500 CD Player
My stereo powers on and off frequently. Initially thought some Butt connectors were bad to the power. Replaced all connections going to 16 pin plug. Still shorting. The local shop tells me it is the female receptacle on the stereo chasis that is probably causing the short. Claims they see it all of the time on this model. How difficult is it to re-solder the chasis plug connectors? Any suggestions on how I go about doing it?
Open unit to point of seeing the connector in question. turn pcb over to reveal the pins soldered to board. Simply using a hot solder iron and flux-core solder (and you properly grounded using wrist strap), proceed to re-solder each pin's solder joint. Additionally, to prevent this same broken solder joint problem again, use strong epoxy and apply to gaps between connector and pcb to prevent connector from "rocking" back and forth during cable installation.
Posted on Jul 29, 2007
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