Question about LeapFrog Leapster Electronic Book: Spider-Man (30425) for PC, Mac
One of the black wires inside my son's Leapster came off. Both ends. I'm
assuming one end of the wire connects to the negative terminal of the
battery on the back panel.
Can you tell me where the other end of the black wire connects to on the
Thank you very much for your help.
Black is usually negative Or nuetral, so your assumption would be correct.
As for the cicuit Board end or PCB Side, i,d look to see where the Red from the battery goes on to the Motherboard. Observe the Size of the Solder Spot, and the Black Should be in Close Proximity to that. To be more sure, if you desolder, the spot.
And put a magnet on the desoldered/Solder. any remnants of metal strands, from the broken Wire, will magnetise.
As solder is mainly non-conductive. Tin/Lead.
If there are no visible signs, of the Black-Wire being adjacent to the Red. Look On The Opposing side of the Board.
The Additional Hint Here, Is to gauge by the length of the Wire.
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