Question about Creative Labs Zen Micro MP3 Player
If you feel comfortable taking apart micr electronics then you can take off the case ans disassemble the chassis and see if its just the solder connections on the pcb. but be carefull sometimes they use flex pc boards and too much heat will burn up the board and then your dead in the water. Also it could be that the solder trace could have broken off the pcb. if this happens your gonna need to solder on a piece of small solid copper wire like phone cable (cat three type 26 guage)and run the other end to another solder connectionon the same trace. Them what I do is epoxie the connections and the jack so that its secure. Good Luck
Posted on Apr 27, 2006
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