Question about SanDisk SDMX1 MP3 Player
The headphone female connector is bad - the headphone plays only when the jack is pressed in an exact way. I need to dismantle the player and perhaps change the female connector. Could anybody advise me how to dismantle the player? I unscrewed three screws from both sides of the player but eveything holds firmly together. Regards, Pavel
I have the same trouble. I ended up taking the 3 screws out, then I used a flat screwdriver to pry open the end pieces. Note from the top that there is a line where the end pieces connect. Pry off both end pieces - then you can separate top and bottom. HOWEVER, once you get in, it will be apparent that this is not very hacker friendly in there. There is a daughter-board with the microphone and headphone adapter and its epoxied in there. If anyone is successful in determining how to fix the headphone jack, please add!!!
Posted on Jan 02, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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