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Regarding Controller Mod

Discussion in 'Pro/Adv Discussion' started by lil boss, Oct 12, 2016.

  1. lil boss

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    I performed the mod to install the new antenna leads. Took me awhile, but all is well and the Bird is happy! Here's my question... One of the videos said not to touch the contacts on the ribbon with your fingers (HDMI board). They said the oil from your hand will cause corrosion. Well, you guessed, I did. Will that cause an issue down the road ?

    Thank you for your replies, and Have A Great Day !!
     
  2. Quadcopterpilot

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    Probably won't be an issue.


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    If you hands were sweaty, the salt might be an issue. But if your hands were reasonably clean, you probably won't have a problem.
     
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    These are gold plated, correct?

    Agreed, likely a non-issue.
     
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    Thank You's To Everyone... Take Care :)
     
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