#2882 NORM Product: Pulling on wires to remove connectors

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Fri Aug 17 14:08:39 EDT 2007

#2882: Pulling on wires to remove connectors
 Reporter:  jg                     |       Owner:  vance.ke        
     Type:  defect                 |      Status:  new             
 Priority:  normal                 |   Milestone:  Production Start
Component:  manufacturing process  |     Version:  BTest-4 Hardware
 Keywords:                         |    Verified:  0               
 See: http://wiki.laptop.org/images/2/25/OLPC_BR_Audit.pdf

 Another issue of pulling on wires to remove connectors, comes from a
 machine that had a production line mother board repair, the  replacement
 LED D2. This required disassembly and board removal. Both sets of speaker
 wires appear to have been pulled on excessively
 to remove connectors CN25 and CN26. The speaker end of these cables has
 the solder joints covered with a soft black coating. I do not know the
 purpose for the coating over these connections. It is too soft to act as a
 strain relief. In this case, suspected tugging on
 these wires to remove connectors, has apparently damaged this sealing
 material. Unknown if this is a problem or not.

Ticket URL: <http://dev.laptop.org/ticket/2882>
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