Question about Audio Players & Recorders
I am having a problem and narrowed it down to the receiver unit. The header connection on the bottom of the receiver seems to have a loose connection for the antenna. Do you have any tips on getting this to work without replacing the receiver. Is it possible to get a new header connection & solder it in place?
My PNP2 unit has a few of the prongs missing where the antenna mount connects to the back of the reciever, when its in my car, i usually just pull the reciever out of the craddle just a small amount and it usually gets a connection. When its in my home dock, I use a bent credit card at the top to pry it out just a little to get a connection. Its a pain but seems to get it working.
Posted on Jan 28, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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