Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Hello! The "DC IN" jack has bad solder connections on the circuit board or the "ON\OFF" switch has corrosion\dirt on the switch contacts or bad solder connections itself. Use a philips head screwdriver to disassemble the speaker and solder the "DC IN" jack and the on\off switch. Get "control cleaner" and spray it into the on\off switch. Push the button many times to clean the contacts inside the switch. Only one other thing could cause this problem and that's a cracked circuit board.That can be fixed by soldering jumper wires across the broken traces on the board. Good luck!!
Posted on Oct 20, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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