Question about Logitech Inc MM50 Portable Speakers iPod Computer Speakers

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Will not charge

When i plug the ipod cord into the wall it doesn't charge . no lights light up.

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  • pdonohue33 Apr 03, 2009

    mm50 seems to be dead. have not used in a long time. AC power adapter seems to work because when put ipod in cradle screen lights up, recognizing connection to power; I think maybe internal battery is dead? Any ideas? If I understand #1 "solution" posted it sounds like charge it for 12 hrs?

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If this Problem has come because you not use a speaker for a long time.I Know How to Repair. In This Morning. I had a Problem Like you but I Can Repair it. Try it you Self.I use a Plug and Play a lot of time. lot of charged. and a lot of on-off switch mm50. I do this for a 12 hour. in my school holiday. Battery is become life! . I Can Portable with It Again. but now is mid night

PS.This is true , I test with myself to Resurrection that Death Battery

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I've just had the same problem today and found out that the connector that you insert the mains jack into (at the back) is glued onto the mother board with very light soldering joints and glue. that had come loose so there was no connection between the mains and the battery charger, which meant the battery (and in turn the iPod) wasn't charging. I need to re-solder the joints as it works when you take the back off and press the connector hard on to the mother Printed Circuit Board.

Posted on Mar 18, 2010

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    William mcphail Feb 12, 2015

    I had same part soldered today thinking that this was the problem also put new input socket in but won't charge ,my i pad charges ok with white charger buy I need it to work in io dock to play backing tracks thro pa system

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I would try a new power supply first. If that does not work then you need to buy a new battery. The power supply is pretty easy to locate but the battery (NTA2335) is VERY hard to find but here is a site that carries it: Replacement NTA2335 Battery for Logitech MM50 iPod Speaker
I hope this helps!

Posted on Jul 23, 2013

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Which do you charge it with, the black power adapter or the white one that looks like it plugs into a computer?

Posted on Jun 14, 2010

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    William mcphail Feb 12, 2015

    With black one and have had it checked it out and is ok , have also checked out input at back of doc and resold erred this , could it be connection when I slide I pad into dock?

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