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Eonon G2240 fried.

Dxg1997
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Got an Eonon double din head unit for my car, and accidently shorted it out to the chassis of the radio. It fried the PCB trace, and I'm wondering if I would be able to repair it by running a jumper, or something like that. 

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That'll probably be a little sketchy but theoretically I guess it would work...

 

I'm not aware of any reasons it wouldn't

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My buddy is a total badass and jumpered the circuit. I was going to do it from the front of the board, and he just scratched through the epoxy. radio works great now.

 

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