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Electronics Repair Parts
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USB socket repair on Korg Nanokontrol - wires everywhere.
I soldered wires between the pins of the USB socket and the next component in the circuit. Two of the pins are shorted to ground and I connected them to the ground on that CON2 header... maybe some secret serial header for developing the microcontroller software.
The full story (for a twitter friend!):
When the USB socket came off it tore up the solder pads that it was connected to, so I gave up on reconnecting it and let it sit for six months. Later, I had the idea of following the traces back to the next component!
So, the USB socket has 4 pins, Ground, +5V, and two data pins (tx and rx right? (or am I wrong?)). Ground was the easiest, because it could be soldered to any grounded place on the board, I used the ground pin on the CON2 header (you can tell because it connects to the giant green area which connects to the casing of the USB socket.
Following the other three pins' traces leads to three tiny surface mount resistors, so I soldered pickup wires to each one.
By far the hardest part of this was soldering hookup wire to the TINY pins on the USB connector, the pins are very small since they solder straight on the board underneath. I used some tape to help keep the solder joint together and insulate them from each other.
After the pins were connected I tested the nanokontrol and it worked (phew) so I soldered the USB socket back onto the board and then locked everything down with tape. I added some foam inside the case to squish everything together tightly so that it wouldn't break again.
So far--- everything is ok and I've performed about 25 times with the nanokontrol! (I broke it before I had even one performance when it was new......)
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