So I crashed my Phantom 3 into the roof of our house the other day. I was flying it when a message popped up on the screen that I was entering a no fly zone. We live close to an airport, but it is on the other side of the Interstate and I didn't realize our house was on the edge of the zone. Anyway, while I was looking at the message the Phantom hit something on the roof, slid down and landed on the deck. The gimbal was broken and the camera was hanging on by one cable. The other cable that goes into the Phantom itself had been ripped off the plastic connector. The body of the Phantom appeared to be intact, except for the propellers which were pretty banged up. The camera itself also looked to be okay. I finished removing the camera and spun up the rotors. They all appeared to be working fine and aren't making any horrendous noises. I was wondering, is it possible to remove the cable that is still connected to the Phantom? Is it attached to the board by another connector or is it soldered directly to the board?