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    When replacing the PC 5 board with new on the PAS-2 soldered clips

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    Post by bubbasweet Wed Jul 28, 2021 9:59 am

    When replacing the PC 5 board with a new board on the PAS-2 do you remove the clips on the ends of the 3 red and 3 black wires and simply hard solder the wires into the new board eyelets or keep using these tiny ends /clips? I was fishing around in there and one of the red wires just pulled out of these little soldered in ends which I did not know even existed.. What was the purpose for these? to be able to pull wires out for Testing? One of them pulled out quite easily. I almost wonder if this was the issue/bad connection that brought on the change of boards.. We will see once done.
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    Post by peterh Wed Jul 28, 2021 10:54 am

    bubbasweet wrote:When replacing the PC 5 board with a new board on the PAS-2 do you remove the clips on the ends of the 3 red and 3 black wires and simply hard solder the wires into the new board eyelets or keep using these tiny ends /clips?  I was fishing around in there and one of the red wires just pulled out of these little soldered in ends which I did not know even existed..   What was the purpose for these? to be able to pull wires out for Testing?  One of them pulled out quite easily. I almost wonder if this was the issue/bad connection that brought on the change of boards..   We will see once done.
    I have not seen any clips connections on a PAS. It could be the particular builder that decided to use clips.
    My advice, solder the wires !
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    Post by bubbasweet Wed Jul 28, 2021 11:19 am

    These are them (See bottom of Green wire in photo)


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    Post by bubbasweet Wed Jul 28, 2021 11:21 am

    They put a bunch of these in. Good to know they are not stock. I will remove them and solder in. These terminals solder in then the wire is pushed inside hole at top of terminal.


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