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-@arkcyd yes it absolutely does. You will have to replace the connector in order to fix the iMac. The soldering will require good tools and practice to resolder. If you have not done this before I'd suggest you send it off to get it repaired. The best soldering technique used to resolder this would be drag solder. Stay away from hot air rework stations on this type of repair since even covering the connector with Kapton tape, chances of melting the plastic is extremely high. the connector itself is a I-PEX CABLINE-CA connector and available at places like Mouser.com Digikey.com and even Ebay.com.
+@arkcyd yes it absolutely does. You will have to replace the connector in order to fix the iMac. The soldering will require good tools and practice to resolder. If you have not done this before I'd suggest you send it off to get it repaired. The best soldering technique used to resolder this would be drag solder. Stay away from hot air rework stations on this type of repair since even covering the connector with Kapton tape, chances of melting the plastic is extremely high. The connector itself is a I-PEX CABLINE-CA connector and available at places like Mouser.com Digikey.com and even Ebay.com.

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-@arkcyd yes it absolutely does. You will have to replace the connector in order to fix the iMac. The soldering will require good tools and practice to resolder. If you have not done this before I'd suggest you send it off to get it repaired. The best soldering technique used to resolder this would be drag solder. Stay away from hot air rework stations on this type of repair since even covering the connector with Kapton tape, chances of melting the plastic is extremely high.
+@arkcyd yes it absolutely does. You will have to replace the connector in order to fix the iMac. The soldering will require good tools and practice to resolder. If you have not done this before I'd suggest you send it off to get it repaired. The best soldering technique used to resolder this would be drag solder. Stay away from hot air rework stations on this type of repair since even covering the connector with Kapton tape, chances of melting the plastic is extremely high. the connector itself is a I-PEX CABLINE-CA connector and available at places like Mouser.com Digikey.com and even Ebay.com.

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@arkcyd yes it absolutely does. You will have to replace the connector in order to fix the iMac. The soldering will require good tools and practice to resolder. If you have not done this before I'd suggest you send it off to get it repaired. The best soldering technique used to resolder this would be drag solder. Stay away from hot air rework stations on this type of repair since even covering the connector with Kapton tape, chances of melting the plastic is extremely high.

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