A friend of mine crashed his P3A pretty bad, and bought a shell to swap the guts over to. In the process of moving everything over, somehow he pulled one of the sockets off the PCB. According to the markings on the PCB, I believe it is for the transmitter antenna(s). The cable and plug are still intact. He doesn't want to send it back to DJI for repair; instead he is ok with "rolling the dice" and me trying to repair it, knowing there is a risk of further damage. I have done soldering on this scale before, and am pretty confident I can pull off this repair successfully, but I would prefer to do it the right way. The way I see it, there are 2 options: 1) Purchase a new socket, and solder it to the board after removing the old pins (AKA the right way) 2) Cut off the plug and solder the wires directly to the board and remaining pins (AKA the easier way) Having said all that, I have attached pics that show the board, socket, and plug. The socket has 5 "double" pins, only 4 of which are used (the center pin is not used). Can anyone tell me what to search for with regard to purchasing the socket. I'm really not sure what to call it. Anyone have any additional thoughts or advice?