Introduction

You will be looking for water damage on the USB connector and replacing the 1413 USB/ANT docking connector.

  1. Using the plastic opening tools, insert it into the edge and pry open. Use hands to help pull the back off from the front if needed.
    • Using the plastic opening tools, insert it into the edge and pry open.

    • Use hands to help pull the back off from the front if needed.

  2. Locate the CON101 The white sticker indicates water exposure. White=none, Red=Exposure
    • Locate the CON101

      • The white sticker indicates water exposure. White=none, Red=Exposure

  3. Remove two Phillips screws
    • Remove two Phillips screws

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  5. Locate P92L on CON1504 Gently peel back and remove plastic tape
    • Locate P92L on CON1504

      • Gently peel back and remove plastic tape

  6. Gently Pull P92L With Fingers From CON1504 Gently Pull P92L With Fingers From CON1504 Gently Pull P92L With Fingers From CON1504
    • Gently Pull P92L With Fingers From CON1504

  7. These are the antenna wires.
    • These are the antenna wires.

      • Trace these wires to locate the two antennas.

  8. Locate the two antennas Desolder the two antenna wires
    • Locate the two antennas

    • Desolder the two antenna wires

Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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