Question about Dell Pocket DJ MP3 Player
Dell pocket dj ear phone jack not making a good connection were can i get it repaired?
Dell Pocket DJ (5G) seems to have a "loose" eaephone jack,it plays fine as lond as I hold the jack but gets static and dose not play well if I let it (the jack) go.
Posted on Aug 09, 2010
If you know anyone with soldering capability the pads on the headphone jack just need to be re-soldered. Mine did the same thing so I re-flowed the solder joint and now it works perfect.
Posted on Dec 12, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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I had the same problem you had on a Dell DJ 30 I wrapped aluminum foil around my headphone jack and I plugged the headphones in. When I took my headphones out, the aluminum foil got stuck inside the player. I put the headphones back in and tested it and it worked. The aluminum foil is well placed in there and doesn't come out. I just did this a few minutes ago, so I am not sure of the long-term effects of this. Some articles I have read on the internet seem to suggest that this can cause a short-circuit. I am not sure and cautious about this. I will continue to use my mp3 player, but I might discontinue use in my car, for fear of shorting out my car speaker.
Posted on Apr 06, 2007
Yeah i just fixed mine. Take out the black plastic on both ends. 4 tiny screws underneath, then 2 small metal ends. You will see the board on both ends.
Take out the battery fron the botton. Then TAKE OUT THE SCROLL BUTTON. After that you take out the board. Looking at the headphone jack, you will see 3 small metal connectors inside the jack. try to bend them a lil towards the inside of the connector. I actually put a very tiny piece of metal between the metal and the black plastic in order to force them out.
I was able to fix it, but in the process i broke the scroll button. If you decide to not fix yours and you want to give me the broken dell dj, let me know, i could use the parts.
Posted on Sep 28, 2009
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