Visit our newest sister site!
Hundreds of free aircraft flight manuals
Civilian • Historical • Military • Declassified • FREE!


TUCoPS :: Radio :: pro34_7.txt

Realistic Pro-34 Mods




PRO34.7
10. Now there the RF board is mostly free. The only thing holding it in is
    the row of connector pins on its botom side that plug into the logic
    board. You will need to pry this board up gently. Be warned that the
    bottom side of the RF board is just chock full of Very Small surface
    mounted components. So use something non-metalic and smooth to do the
    prying with.

11. Now that you have removed the RF board, place it along with the case
    shell back.

12. The Internal Metal support frame is now exposed. there are 3 small
    phillips screws holding the mettal frame to the bottom Logic board
    (actually, these screws go through the logic board and into the front half
    of the case.) 2 of the screws are near the top, and 1 is at the bottom of
    the metal frame. remove these 3 screws.

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.

continued in file pro34.5


TUCoPS is optimized to look best in Firefox® on a widescreen monitor (1440x900 or better).
Site design & layout copyright © 1986-2014 AOH