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Author Topic: ic-275H mic connector  (Read 1947 times)
HG5AZR
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« on: October 08, 2012, 10:59:49 AM »

Hi !

On front side of IC-275H has a mic socket on left side in corner.
I removed HM-36 mike from radio.
There are 8 pin socket on radio,mic  board is moving a little,about 1mm,normal?
All 8 silver pin is fix on board,only board is not fix.

I saw inside of radio and clockwise and counterclockwise moving a small board in mic connector if I connect mic to radio.

Please remove HM-36 mike from radio.

Can you check it on radio at left corner this  8 pin socket?In yours socket is small board with 8 pin is absolut fix or not?Not moving a little if you touch with finger vertically or horisontally?

Do I need special instrument to fix socket?Socket is fix,only in socket a small board is not fix!

Thanks
Zoli

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K9YLI
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« Reply #1 on: October 15, 2012, 07:26:54 AM »

the real question is     do you have a microphone related problem???
intermittant  audio  or  intermittant   push to talk..??  etc.


if it  just   wiggles...   who cares..

if you have an intermittant problem...  likley  just open it up and re heat the solder joints as  you probably  have one or more  broken,,(cold solder joint)  

a tool???    yes.!!  a  pencil type  soldering iron   to get the heat only where you want it..

if  its just   loose and you dont like that..

just  put a dab  of   silicone   caulking.   glue, tub and tile sealer, weather seal,,  what ever you call it over there.

comes in  8 ounce tube.  can be cut away  later with knife  if   later repairs are needed.
 stays   soft and spongy..    non conducting   (usually)


silicone  takes the   load off the  solder contacts
 from  plugging and unplugging the mic or  strain on the cable.

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