One of the small ''metal pins'' in the round connector that plugs into the back of my Boston Accoustic BA7800 speaker system, which is for my Gateway computer,...broke off. Where can I get another chord/connector, or is it possible to fix the problem? No sound now that the pin is broken. It is one of a ''9'' pin configuration.
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The speaker is sometimes disabled when you connect the 30 PIN sync chord. If the 30 PIN connector is damaged, it can cause the speaker to not work, or to work intermittently. Try using a thin object (like a safety pin or something similarly thin, preferably something non metallic and non conductive) and gently jiggle the 30 PIN connector on the iPhone while playing a sound, (like a music file in the music player). If the sound starts playing again you have found the cause of your problem. Unfortunately if the connector is the problem you will need to be careful in the future when you disconnect your sync chord.
This is most often caused by placing the iPhone into a sync port designed for the iPhone 3GS and earlier models. The iPhone 4 and later needs support to keep it from straining the 30 PIN connector on the iPhone 4 or iPhone 4S.
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Hi sjcrofts, The most common problem for most people is knowing what wire color is positive & which wire color is negative. The colors blue, red, green, light blue, light red & light green are normally positive. The color white & black are negative. Your board uses only 2-pin connectors. The 3-pin power connector can be turned into a 2-pin connector to work with the M848ALU pins. (Page 13, PANEL1). How to? Take the three pin connector, on the back side of the connector you'll see a small tab that holds the wire into the connector. Use a needle & pull tab up while pulling the wire out at the same time. The wire should slide out. Insert the wire back into the connector next to the other wire. You do not need to hook up the SUS led which stands for suspend.
Pin 1 is positive & the manual shows this by adding the _P = positive. Pin 3 which is to the right of pin 1, is negative for the hard drive led. Pins 9 & 10 are not used.
I once had a what you might call beating sound, and that was when I'd plugged in the DC power chord at the back the wrong way round! On my unit, the side of the connector where it says "DC Power" must be up. If you look closely you'll also see that two of the pins (or rather the plastic around them) have a different shape; same for two corners of the receptacle in the unit. These must match.
Hi there. Honda employs a system called TTS (Total Terminal Security) and it's what gives Honda a great name when it comes to reliable electrics and electronics - their electrical connections and pin conections are truely fabulous. You need to look very carefully at each plug, firstly removing the small rubber grommet and then use a very small watch type screwdriver to bend back the small metal tabs that retain the pin connector in place. It's fiddly work, but it can be done. Best regards. Scottech.
This is a very difficult question to answer without knowing more info, but here goes:
Check the power cable, there should be only place to plug it into. This may be one of several styles depending on your model, usually a 3 prong female (just like your PC's power cable) connector, or a single pin female connector (looks male but has a hole in the center) will connect to the back of the monitor.
If you get power, but no image: VGA connections will use a large blue connector with 15 round pins, 3 rows of 5. DVI will be a large white connector with slotted pins, with varying amounts of pins depending on the type of cable (analog, digital, or both). HDMI will be a small connector that resembles a large USB connector. You may also be using a composite or component cable, which will be color coded to the ports on the monitor.
All styles of connectors will physically only connect to the corresponding port. Check all connections and make sure they are all secure and connected to the correct locations on the monitor. Doing this should resolve your issue.
It's very likely that you have a factory amplifier in the vehicle that needs to be either turned on or (preferably) bypassed to get sound to the speakers. If your vehicle is a Mustang, it's almost certain that you have a factory amp.
If the factory plug includes a long, 8-pin gray plug and a small, square 8-pin plug connected to a round cable, then the amp turn-on wire is at the opposite end of the gray plug from the constant power wire. This needs to be connected to the blue/white wire on the Sony head unit for the factory amp to turn on.
Otherwise, if you dig into the radio cavity a little bit, you'll find a black 8-pin connector that looks very similar to the gray connector at the back of the radio. The black connector pins are connected directly to the speakers, bypassing the factory amp.