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Posted on 2016-08-01
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P5 does not have any sodder around it, but next to from behind has sodder with nothing attached so I am guessing it goes there?? if so do i take the sodder off to re sodder? or leave it?

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by:Brian Pringle
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It is hard to tell from that picture where it goes.  If that is where the wire goes, you can leave the solder where it is and simply re-heat it to attach the wire and add some more solder, if needed.
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What is the make and model of the camera?
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This is the only information I found around that camera.

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Can you get some more pictures of both sides of the board?  Can you see if you can get some with better lighting and not blurry so that we can try to help you better?
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Obaid ur Rehman earned 250 total points
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The red wire is the voltage wire which should be connected to the voltage point.

If you know electronics, thoroughly study the PCB (Circuit Board) and connect it to the right point.

If you don't know electronics, read the board, it should have a point like V+, Vcc, V, 5V, 8V etc. You can also find out the correct point by closely looking at the solders.

I have marked the area which probably has this point. I suspect the point indicated in green.

If possible, please take another picture of the area hidden under the wires.
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It looks like it should be connected to the blob of solder where it says "5V".
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by:Obaid ur Rehman
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I think its (P5, 5V) where you can see a blob of solder.
Please confirm is it USB Plug and Play?

What are other three 03 wires? What is their connector types? RF?
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What are other three 03 wires? What is their connector types? RF? ANTENNA

Yes its a usb plug and play.
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by:Obaid ur Rehman
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P5, 5V where you can see a blob of solder is the correct point.

P6 is the right audio channel for RCA connector.
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Thank You.
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