Or a solder connection on one of those boards.
73, Jerry, K0CQ
On 1/23/2011 8:19 AM, K8JDC wrote:
> Well, my Orion is still acting flaky. Having worked on it and thought
> about it, I think it's related to the widely-reported RIT issue. My RIT
> has never worked and I never used it until the last week. So, I pushed
> gently on the front panel to get it to work a few days ago and then my
> bigger problem with the receiver stopping started a day or two later.
> After I thought it was working okay from snugging the screws, I noticed
> I could induce it to freeze by pushing on the front panel over on the
> left side or lightly tapping on the plastic there. So, in general,
> flexing of the front panel and related boards is the issue so I started
> suspecting the connectors between the boards much like the RIT deal.
> I took the top board off last night and gave the connectors a treatment
> of Deoxit D100 (needle applicator) and put everything back together.
> Now, it's worse. But I think that may just mean that I'm hitting on the
> real issue now. I can get the receiver to work by gently flexing the
> boards which is probably related to the connectors between those
> boards. So, later today, I'll probably take the top board off again and
> look closer at those connectors.
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