Today, I had the privilege/displeasure of doing my first repair to my bench-side Raspberry Pi.
You might recognize this guy as the one I was using in my BabyPi project. This little guy has been my bench-test 'Pi for nearly all of my Raspberry Pi prototypes and projects. Because I use it so often, it doesn't surprise me that it would need some repairs eventually. I always assumed the USB power connector would be the first to go. (it looks a lot flimsier than it really is)
Anyway, I was hooking it up at Caytee's Dad's house to watch some programs on Raspbmc. When I hooked up the analog audio and video, I heard a pop come from the video connector... I made it work but it was very sensitive. When I got back home, I opened it up and found this:
Both of the main supports holding the connector to the board had broken free.
Here is a little better of a view from of the problem:
Luckily, this is an extremely easy thing to fix. A little soldering and it's good as new!
I've also done so more work on my Raspi64, so I've updated that page and added some new content there so go check it out!