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MTR2K Wireline cable ripped out (repair?)

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MTR2K Wireline cable ripped out (repair?)

Postby AlertFMTech » Tue Jul 02, 2019 6:52 am

Operating a MTR2K repeater, with Motorola L1475 desksets.

During some previous routine maintenance - the cable pair going into the wireline on the MTR2K backplane was ripped out instead of being properly released. It has since been reinserted to the best of my ability, but remains incredible loose.

I can no longer tx/rx on the desksets - I'm assuming there is no connection inside the wireline module. Can this be easily repaired after removing the backplane, or should I be considering ordering a new card?

Any help would be appreciated

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