Question about Radio Shack Pro-94 Scanner
Your second option is to re route the track so by solder 2 wires to the original power input and routing them to the ear phone socket make sure to disconnect the wirering from the ear socket first ,on your power supply unit remove the jack and replace with ear phone jack makes sure to put positive to centre and other to ground earth
Posted on Dec 06, 2011
Radio Shack still has the charge jack available as a replacement part (I have ordered and recieved them during early 2010) You will have to take apart the scanner and unsolder the old one from the printed circuit board, and solder in the new one. If you don't have the equipment and skills to do this, find someone that does. This job is no big deal to someone who does electronic repairs. I hope this helps.
Posted on May 06, 2010
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