I have an iM7 and I have not used it for a couple of month. Today I try to turn it on but I cannot it. I plug and unplug the power adapter many times and it still does not know. Does anyone know how to fix it?
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also had my latch broken. I called the latch manufacturer and they sent
me a "sample" pack of latches since you can only buy in large
quantities; so I now have ten of them. I love my IM7 and will be happy
to share my latches if anyone needs one.
I had the same problem. Mine was turning on but it would not produce sound. I was thisclose to tossing it. After having it sit on a shelf for two years it occurred to me that I could just plug an aux cord into the back and one into my ipod. Works perfectly now....although the dock is now used more for holding & serves little utility.
these all relate to the power supply, sometimes when the board is faulty the aux works fine, the red light flashing may only occur when the ipod is connected, but it is all part of the same known problem. contact seller or b and w service, they should fix it.
Try getting an old speaker. Alternatively remove the old one by twisting the side of the speaker anticlockwise then unscrew it.
Take it to one of the speaker shops where you could either get something closer to what you have or get a coil rewind and a diaphram change.
I have one that just quit all of a sudden as I was listening to it. Don't know what happened, but it "clicked" and that was it. Sounded great while it was playing, I have the remote if you are interested.
I've found a solution. Most likely you have broken the catch inside this part so it needs replacing but don't worry, it's relatively easy to do. The latch is the black piece of plastic behind the door with a claw sticking out. 1. First, email the manufacturer and and ask for a sample latch to be sent out to you. After a bit of research I finally found them. In the UK they make them in white so I ordered one of those as I think it looks better (part #DL1WH): http://www.richco-inc.com/component/jumi/search-parts.html?searchinit=true&searchtype=rohs&interest=DL-1&Submit3=Submit 2. Get a pair of thin pliers and carefully pull out the old latch. To do this pull on on any part of the outer rim. I used the lower edge. Don't worry of you damage it. You'll be throwing it away anyway. Just don't damage any of your speakers. 3. Slide the new latch into position and push into place. 4. That's it. All fixed!