Introduzione

Usa questa guida per sostituire la scheda connettori dell'OP-1, compresi microfono, line-in / line-out e la porta USB.

  1. Apri il pannello posteriore utilizzando un Jimmy da un lato del pannello stesso. Stai attento a non danneggiare il rivestimento dell'OP-1.
    • Apri il pannello posteriore utilizzando un Jimmy da un lato del pannello stesso. Stai attento a non danneggiare il rivestimento dell'OP-1.

    • Solleva il pannello posteriore e rimuovilo. A questo punto la scheda connettori sarà visibile.

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  2. Diffondi allegria Fixmas
    Ottieni $12 sul tuo acquisto di $50 o più con il codice FIXMAS12
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    Ottieni $12 sul tuo acquisto di $50 o più con il codice FIXMAS12
  3. Scollega il connettore flessibile spingendolo verso l'alto con uno spudger.
    • Scollega il connettore flessibile spingendolo verso l'alto con uno spudger.

    • Rimuovi le tre viti a croce Phillips. Non perdere la rondella.

    • Tira via la scheda connettori.

      • Accertati di lasciare al suo posto, sotto la scheda, la parte in plastica nera.

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    • Non dimenticare la cover dell'interruttore on/off.

    • Ti basterà togliere la cover dalla vecchia scheda e trasferirla su quella nuova.

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Conclusione

Per rimontare il tuo dispositivo, segui queste istruzioni in ordine inverso.

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Veeery useful , thank you !

mouchtouris alexandre - Replica

Even with the Jimmy I can't seem to get the back panel off... a video would be helpful :)

Shawn Ivie - Replica

Got the back panel off finally but my connector board won't come out.

Shawn Ivie - Replica

Ok... finally got the connector board out. It took a bit of gentle prying using a very small thin screw driver bit on each side of the connector board. Once I had the right side popped up a bit I was able to push on the input output jacks from the outside to get clearance. Removing the connector board and putting it back in resolved the power switch issues I was experiencing. No new connector board needed! :)

Shawn Ivie - Replica

Worked well for me. I had a problem where the power would go when I plugged into the headphone jack + the power switch was a bit wobbly and flaky. Jimmy was ideal for removing cover. Like new. Thanks!

Toby Curnow - Replica

Please! Help me. I need new jack out, because i have problems with it (no signal, or wery low signal) when i plug in my headphones, i need time to found position for normal sound. Where i can get new jack out and how i can fix it?

(sorry for my bad English. I hope you understand)

Daniel Likhomanov - Replica

The first time I actually repaired something properly. And something so valuable and beloved! Thanks for the tutorial!

thomas greuel - Replica

When will you restock

Christopher Lyles - Replica

How many re-stocks of this part are ordered a year? am hoping it is sooner than later.

Coates Cunningham - Replica

The soldering quality on this is terrible - just shoddy machine soldering and it lasted 3 days. Unfortunately I am stuck with this crap as nobody else makes the replacement board. So my question - is it safe to solder a fresh board?

nomoretags1 - Replica

When will u have some connector boards?

Wyatt t - Replica

There’s also a black rubber backing on the bottom of where the old board lays, which may stick to the old board when you take it out. This happened to me and I didn’t notice until after. I had to take out the new board and put the rubber cushion/backing back in.

Brett Smith - Replica

Thanks for the note. I put an extra bullet in the according step.

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