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Printed circuit board assembly with shock absorbing structure

Image Number 2 for United States Patent #7583516.

An exemplary printed circuit board assembly includes a printed circuit board, four supporting members, four shock-absorption members, and four fixing members. The printed circuit board defines a plurality of cutouts therein. Each supporting member defines a positioning hole therein. The shock-absorption members are snapped in the cutouts, and each has a first surface contacting the corresponding supporting member, a second surface parallel to the first surface, and a through hole extending through the first and second surfaces. The first and second surfaces are disposed at opposite sides of the printed circuit board. Each fixing member comprises a first portion pressed on the second surface of the corresponding shock-absorption member, and a second portion extending through the through hole and engaging in the positioning hole.

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