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Plugged in but no power

System is plugged in but will not turn on

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  • Anonymous Feb 01, 2009

    Have same problem Red light is on but can't use speakers or charge it

  • drguitar Feb 05, 2009

    was listening to music then speakers just died, now I can't get them it to charge or play when plugged in.

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The two connecting pins have been flattened probably due to putting the power pins on and off. i carefully squeezed the pins up so they would make a better connection. remember to do this gently and they only need to be repositioned up wards slightly to make this connection. mine works a treat now charges the speakers and my ipod.
cheers deb

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  • 55360j Aug 31, 2010

    I had the same problem and this has done the trick-thanks!

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