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-simon, there is no reason to replace the logic board. "The connector is a Molex 78171-5006 1.20mm Pitch Pico-EZmate™ Wire-to-Board Header, Vertical, Housing Height: 1.65mm, with side-Friction Locks, 6 Circuits, and it is readily available. Check the datasheet It is soldered onto the logic board. So depending on what your contacts look like, it could be a straight forward solder repair. If your solder pads or the traces are torn, it would need a far more extensive repair. For that you will have to have excellent soldering skills, and the right tools. It might help if you post an image of your damaged board/connector so that we can see what you see. Hope this helps, good luck.
+simon, there is no reason to replace the logic board. "The connector is a Molex 78171-5006 1.20mm Pitch Pico-EZmate™ Wire-to-Board Header, Vertical, Housing Height: 1.65mm, with side-Friction Locks, 6 Circuits, and it is readily available. Check the datasheet [http://www.molex.com/pdm_docs/sd/781715006_sd.pdf|on here] It is soldered onto the logic board. So depending on what your contacts look like, it could be a straight forward solder repair. If your solder pads or the traces are torn, it would need a far more extensive repair. For that you will have to have excellent soldering skills, and the right tools. It might help if you post an image of your damaged board/connector so that we can see what you see. Hope this helps, good luck.

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-simon, there is no reason to replace the logic board. "The connector is a Molex 78171-0004 and it is readily available. It is soldered onto the logic board. So depending on what your contacts look like, it could be a straight forward solder repair. If your solder pads or the traces are torn, it would need a far more extensive repair. For that you will have to have excellent soldering skills, and the right tools. It might help if you post an image of your damaged board/connector so that we can see what you see. Hope this helps, good luck.
+simon, there is no reason to replace the logic board. "The connector is a Molex 78171-5006 1.20mm Pitch Pico-EZmate™ Wire-to-Board Header, Vertical, Housing Height: 1.65mm, with side-Friction Locks, 6 Circuits, and it is readily available. Check the datasheet It is soldered onto the logic board. So depending on what your contacts look like, it could be a straight forward solder repair. If your solder pads or the traces are torn, it would need a far more extensive repair. For that you will have to have excellent soldering skills, and the right tools. It might help if you post an image of your damaged board/connector so that we can see what you see. Hope this helps, good luck.

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simon, there is no reason to replace the logic board. "The connector is a Molex 78171-0004 and it is readily available. It is soldered onto the logic board. So depending on what your contacts look like, it could be a straight forward solder repair. If your solder pads or the traces are torn, it would need a far more extensive repair. For that you will have to have excellent soldering skills, and the right tools. It might help if you post an image of your damaged board/connector so that we can see what you see. Hope this helps, good luck.

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