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FInd a 5 volt spot on the sandisk cruzer pcb

5 volt connector pin lifted off of the PCB, I think it took the PCB pad with it as I cannot resolder. It looks like you are connected to the bottom of the resistor to the upper left of the thru hole.... I need a reliable connection point, can you give me some details

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If you follow the track from the start, you should find another component leg to solder to, or even see it goto a hole, in which this means a suitable solder point may exist on the other side of the PCB.

Erik.

Posted on May 16, 2008

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1) Split open enclosure with screwdriver alone edge. The small key-ring will come off when enclosure is separated. (Safety glasses, please). Circuit board is attached to plastic base--the piece for sliding the connector.
2) To see amount of damage and trace connection, remove the plastic as follows. Two notches are on each size at socket end. The other end has plastic bar across on-top. Use needle-nose piler to chew away top of notches, slowly and carefully to avoid stressing board and damaging surface. This makes it easier to move the notches to the side to lift the board up and out.
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