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GPS Repair

Post by larry31 » 17 Mar 2019, 21:03

I'm going to try and get my GPS signal back. I ordered a GPS board, and going to swap out for my original one.
Are there any issues I should look for? I've watched videos on doing it, and it looks like pulling nose cone, and disconnecting the ribbon is all I have to do. Unscrew the board, and put the new one in.
I just removed the nose cone for a trial run. There is a flat metal sheet that is quite wide.
It's kind of difficult to slide the nose cone back, as it mates against the foam inside the nose cone. It's also to wide to clear the back opening of the plastic nose cone.

I hope someone who has done this, will come up with some tricks, that would make this any easier?

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