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The external aerial wire has become detached from it's solder point, (still attached at the base of the aerial with the spade connecter) where should it be soldered back onto, on the PSB. Please advise?

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With no idea of what the radio looks like inside and there are literally thousands of radio designs, there would be no way of explaning the place to solder the wire. Can you send some jpgs of the chassis?

Posted on Feb 09, 2010

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