QUOTE(nemo81 @ Jul 16 2007, 03:48 AM)
Picture isnt working, with that said, have you ohmed the connection to verify that the wire is making contact?
If you got connection (approx 0 ohm) then something else is busted.. What error code is the ring giving you?
Yea, I checked the points with a multimeter. Basically, I exposed a bit of the line, and touched both ends of it.
The current error code is 0102, which it was reported to have when I bought it, but I had fixed previously with the heat gun.http://home.comcast.net/~enygma_ent/images/damage.jpg
That's the picture, btw (I spelled it wrong in the first post
I did the heat gun trick right before I re-connected the 2 connections that were broken in the picture, but the RROD surfaces anyway (no partial boot). Either way, I think I might go ahead and try the x-clamp+AS5 fix and see if that doesn't help me.This post has been edited by xnoelahg: Jul 16 2007, 06:08 PM