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Misc. Vtx Soldering?

Discussion in 'Electronics' started by D.O.G., Jan 20, 2020.

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  1. D.O.G.

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    I have a Lumenier TX5G6R mini 600mW VTX that the solder broke away where the FPV antenna connector is soldered to the VTX IMG_0418.JPG . I was wondering if anyone had any luck soldering one back together and actually working again?
     


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    As long as the pads are not damaged, it should be pretty straight forward to put it back on. If the pads were damaged, there is a little more work involved, but it can still be done with new wires to attach the traces that are missing.
     
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