Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Do you have dirty contacts. i dont know this dock but i am working on old hand stuff here. remember speakers with sockets, then they changed to screws, with a socket you get a build up on the contacts. its called decay, oxidization is another word. that is why some things use gold contacts, great if the item you are fitting is gold as well. usless with a standard contact.
you got an adaptor, take it out and fit it about 10 times. then try it.
also, does the main contact point upwards. remember dust falls. put a cover, a hanky or tissue over the contacts to stop dust.
i dont have one of these but remember, i have used pa equipment and the rubbing of contacts really helps.
Posted on Oct 28, 2008
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