In my ham fistedness replacing a battery pack I've managed to damage a component on my satnav mainboard and I'm looking for someone who has access to surface mount rework equipment.
Anyone capable of helping out?
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Basically all you need to do is replace the green key on a standard (non-touch screen) phone with a "trembler" switch.
The switch you need can be found here Assemtech | Process Control | Sensors and Transducers | Nonmercury Tilt Switches |...
So would this work on a TA600 without costing the UK deficit?
More importatntly how would the brilliant minds of XRV implement such a mod if they had a healthy wad stashed behind the sofa??
Go on, then! How would you make it work?
Big Greg (SYD AUS) has invited me to an AUS XRV gathering @ Byrock NSW next month (trust me nowhere near Sydney) but AL the XRV is still dead with only the front cyl sparking & no fuel pump or tacho when running on that one cyl.
I need a replacement ECU to get it running before I...
Hello all you experts,
Still can't get the tripmaster to display. A computer geek tells me that all components on the PCB work but the lcd display is not showing anything. Stays blank:(
Any input would be appreciated
For those that are electronically switched on! (cos I ain't!)
My lovely father, bless him, blew up my Optimate a while back.
It was plugged into his ride-on mower charging up the battery overnight, and he decided to start it up with the Optimate still connected. Now it's dead!!!
Firstly I cannot condone breaking the law in any way and as such I cannot recommend doing the following modification ;) . If you proceed to do this then it is entirely at your own risk and you need to check if it breaks any laws for your area first.
If you use an Autocom system and a Kenwood...
Can anyone help? I am adding details of my attempts to fault find and fix the tripmeter on my XRV750Y into the Wiki section of this site.
However, now that the weather is getting better I need the bike complete for that 'spur of the moment' ride and most functions still work on the meter...
On the ATiC site someone has posted instructions for modifying the Tripmaster to show speed (seems to just involve soldering a resister between two terminals on the PCB).
Anyone tried this?