Re: [NTLK] Blasted if I haven't cracked my back case!

From: Frank Gruendel <>
Date: Sun Jul 16 2006 - 17:51:56 EDT

> You don't necessarily need to file anything, unless there is some
> interference in your installation. It's a case by case thing.

This is correct. But since you can't be sure which way the tolerances
in your case add up, it's advisable to file anyway. I describe how to
do this here:

Recently there was a comment from PCBman about this issue posted here.


The solution therefore is to remove the bottom shroud thus eliminating
the interference and removing the tendency to protrude upwards and cause
case bulge. The shoud is easily removed by bending away from the
connector and working back and forth until it breaks off.


I haven't looked into this yet because I'm lacking the time at the
and because in the 45 seconds I spent on this I didn't find out what
a shroud is in this context.



-- Newton software and hardware at

This is the NewtonTalk list - for all inquiries
Official Newton FAQ:
WikiWikiNewt for all kinds of articles:
Received on Sun Jul 16 17:52:04 2006

This archive was generated by hypermail 2.1.8 : Sun Jul 16 2006 - 20:30:00 EDT