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Wow, a broker Flip 3 is a bummer as it is a pretty cool take-along with great sound. My wife dropped hers today and a component came loose inside and was rattling around. All indications showed it should work but the Bluetooth function wouldn't couple. I took it apart using the awesome "battery replacement" instructions to help me to disassemble it. When I opened it, I found an electronic component (a choke, I believe) had come unsoldered from the force of the impact due to inadequate solder from the factory. The component was labeled "1R5" (see component in picture of step 5 for the battery replacement). I carefully soldered the component back on the circuit board using a Weller 35 watt soldering iron set-up with a small blade tip, and voila! , it works again and sounds as good as it ever did. Piece of cake!
Wow, a broker Flip 3 is a bummer as it is a pretty cool take-along with great sound. My wife dropped hers today and a component came loose inside and was rattling around. All indications showed it should work but the Bluetooth function wouldn't couple. I took it apart using the awesome "battery replacement" instructions to help me to disassemble it. When I opened it, I found an electronic component (a choke, I believe) had come unsoldered from the force of the impact due to inadequate solder from the factory. The component was labeled "1R5" (see component in picture of step 5 for the battery replacement). I carefully soldered the component back on the circuit board using a Weller 35 watt soldering iron set-up with a small blade tip, and voila! , it works again and sounds as good as it ever did. Piece of cake!

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Wow, that's a bummer as thebroker Flip 3 is a bummer as is a pretty cool take-alongtake-along with great sound. My wife recently dropped her Flip 3 and a componenthers today and a component came loose inside and rattledwas rattling around. All indications showed it should work but the Bluetooth function wouldn't couple. I took it apart using the awesome "battery replacement" instructions to help me to disassemble it. When I opened it, I found an electronic component (a choke, I believe) had come unsoldered from the force of the impact due to inadequate amount of solder from the factory. The component was labeled "1R5" (see component in picture of step 5 for the battery replacement). I carefully soldered the component back on the circuit board using a Weller 35 watt soldering iron set-up with a small blade tip, and shazaamvoila! , it works againagain and sounds as good as it ever did. Piece of cake!
Wow, that's a bummer as thebroker Flip 3 is a bummer as is a pretty cool take-alongtake-along with great sound. My wife recently dropped her Flip 3 and a componenthers today and a component came loose inside and rattledwas rattling around. All indications showed it should work but the Bluetooth function wouldn't couple. I took it apart using the awesome "battery replacement" instructions to help me to disassemble it. When I opened it, I found an electronic component (a choke, I believe) had come unsoldered from the force of the impact due to inadequate amount of solder from the factory. The component was labeled "1R5" (see component in picture of step 5 for the battery replacement). I carefully soldered the component back on the circuit board using a Weller 35 watt soldering iron set-up with a small blade tip, and shazaamvoila! , it works againagain and sounds as good as it ever did. Piece of cake!

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Wow, that's a bummer as the Flip 3 is pretty cool take-along.  My wife recently dropped her Flip 3 and a component and a component came loose inside and rattled around.  I took it apart using the awesome "battery replacement" instructions to help me to disassemble it.  When I opened it, I found an electronic component (a choke, I believe) had come unsoldered from the force of the impact due to inadequate amount of solder from the factory.  The component was labeled "1R5" (see component in picture of step 5 for the battery replacement).  I carefully soldered the component back on the circuit board using a Weller 35 watt soldering iron set-up with a small blade tip, and shazaam! , it works again.  Piece of cake!

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