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TUCoPS :: Radio :: pro34_12.txt

Realistic Pro-34 Mods

13. There is a small socketed wire that leads from the small power pc board on the
    metal frame that goes under it and is pluged into the Logic board. Lift
    the metal frame up and remove the power plug from the PC board. Place the 
    metal frame with|the rest of your parts pile.

14. You are have the component side of the  Logig board exposed now. There are
    2 small phillips screws at the bottom of the PC board (where the Battery 
    compartment WAS) Remove them.

15. Once you have the the last 2 screw removed the Logic board is free. The
    speaker wires lead from the speaker to the logic board on the bottom side.
    These are soldered in but there is enough play in them to allow you to
    make the mods.

16. NOTE: The keyboard lock switch is a funky little piece of plastic with
    a sliding stainless metal contactor that is just wedged inbetween the
    front case and the logic board. Remove both the switch contacts and the
    plastic switch. (best know it now or loose them in the carpet)

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