Hello to all.
I have had a quite interesting time, getting into the building of my case, which is now, nearly perfect.
And therefore i started with the first module. The 2399.
Everything went fine, til i realised i had the wrong jack sockets. Then i thought “well lets solder on what is remaining and here, and finish it the other day”. I didnt think twice, and soldered the 8pin strip that is used for connecting the main pcb with the jack socket part.
Well. I soldered it in the wrong way around, so that it doesnt fit behind the panel anymore. I was pissed but not devastated. After trying to desolder the stuff, i am now.
Would you say there is a way, to still use the module that way, by bridging the wrongfully soldered connector with 8 single cables to a new “jack connector board” (if that is even available to get)
Or is that whole thing fucked?
Pictures for reference.
One thing is assured, ill never again solder in a pin strip of any figure of pin count in the wrong way/wrong side… these things are bastards !!!