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I need a circuit diagram for my Motorola SurfBoard SB5101. Specifically, I need an alternate location to attach my jtag header to (or at least where I can solder wires to), as I think I burned out the contacts on the lpc where it's supposed to go, and I can't see well enough to trace them myself.

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