Workaround makeshift repair: to add wire pins to the battery connector
Hello all, first time poster her. I accidentally removed the iPod classic 7th gen battery connector component connector from the logic board, and absent mindlessly lost the copper pins that were in the connector piece used to solder on to the board.
I have the battery connector component, just the plastic pieces with no wiring. Can I somehow insert some thin copper wire and try to recreate the wire scheme to allow me to solder back in place?
Usually most people who make this mistake are lucky enough to still have the pins saved and intact on the connector, just needing to be soldered back on the logic board. In my case, the pins are gone.
i have skinny copper wire I can jimmy up, but what would be the best way of carrying out this operation?
Is this a good question?