Question about Kenwood Audio Players & Recorders
The RCA connection is faulty on my head unit and as such signal to my
amplifier is sporadic at best. I've had a look inside to see if i can
solder the connection, but it does not look like i can do anything
about it as the RCA does not join onto the circuit board itself, but via a plug.
I was wondering if anyone knew a little bit more about this unit that could give me some tips on repairing it?
There will still be a place where the phono sockets are soldered usually underneath them ,and earth to case,desolder original solder joints and resolder with new solder,of course check your cabling first ...
Posted on Jan 15, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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