Hello Pin 3 of the power connector goes to pin 2 of J3005 on the Pa board (page 7 of the tech supplement) J3005 on parts list (page 75) Pin 1 of J3005 is ground (page 67) Pin 2 is Bat + of PA board (page 67) I hope that this is what you are looking for 73 KB3YHN
If you are going to build your own antennas ,an antenna analyzer would come in real handy . If you don't have a friend that owns one you may have to save your penny's and buy one . I would vote for the ts-480sat . 73 KB3YHN
Back in the old days ,after going through the wave solder machine ,new boards went through a wash to clean off flux and debris .last step was blow dry . See what insurance adjuster says first,then plan .
If you go to radioreference.com , the Amatuer radio data base section is the place to find licensed operators by last name,call sign and by zip code .
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