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Old 07-08-2017, 05:18 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Loose JST Female On CC3D board

I have a CC3D i just started to test, just to find out the large Female JST on CC3D board is loose. Its connected only on the one side so i must hold the JST itself to be able connect male JST with cables going to Rx. I only get power to Rx via JST if i push the Female JST quite hard down to CC3D board. How i should fix this?


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Old 07-08-2017, 09:24 AM   #2 (permalink)
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I have a CC3D i just started to test, just to find out the large Female JST on CC3D board is loose. Its connected only on the one side so i must hold the JST itself to be able connect male JST with cables going to Rx. I only get power to Rx via JST if i push the Female JST quite hard down to CC3D board. How i should fix this?


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Kind of a touchy spot. You could try reflowing it but its questionable. If you can, you could try manually resoldering the little pins on the back side of the plug and securing it with a little glue.
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