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Old 01-15-2012, 09:36 PM   #29
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I was travelling this weekend. I just got back. No time to work on a serial plug (yet). Soon...
If you have access to a piece of circuit board, you can cut out traces manually with a hobby knife. A knife with a V-shaped blade works the best.

You may have to grind down the circuit board to be thinner to fit in the kindle 3 slot.

As mentioned earlier, I want to figure out a simple way to make a connector from common materials.
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