From: Ed Kummel (tech_ed_at_yahoo.com)
Date: Mon Jun 02 2003 - 10:55:12 PDT
Here is a picture of the "power wires" I'm talking
about: (the red and black wires)
I don't know if they really are "power" connections,
but I do know that if I unplug this and try to power
on the Newt, it will fail. In what capacity? I dont'
I found that mine had pulled out part way and was
making an intermittant power cycling problem. I pushed
it in as far as it could go and dabbed a little
hot-melt glue on it.
And just for good measure, I dabbed all the connectors
on my MB with the glue as well.
http://newton.tek-ed.com (download Newton packages)
http://npds.tek-ed.com (my NPDS server and it's new
--- Frank Gruendel <fg2_at_pda-soft.de> wrote:
> The 2000 and 2100 do not have power wires. They have
> metal springs that contact the battery on one end
> are soldered directly to the mainboard on the other
> end. While it is of course possible that their
> soldering joints break, as yet I haven't seen a
> 2x00 Newton where this had happened.
> -- Newton Software and Hardware at
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