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I need to open a philips alarm docking station DC291 to replace the connector in the dock station. I can't figure out how to open it.

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I had the same issue today and came up with a solution...maybe not the best, but it worked. I unplugged the unit and then holding it by the sides (which I was sitting down) struck (not too hard) the unit onto my knees. Be sure you are holding the unit with the CD opening facing the floor. You may have to do this a few times, but the CD should start to come out, after which you should be able to grab hold of the disc and pull it gently out. Once I did this, I inserted another CD and everything worked fine. Being the daring type (obviously), I tried the original CD again, and like the first time it got stuck again and I had to repeat the same process. I came to the conclusion that for whatever reason, the CD was bad and tossed it out. Any other CD I put in the unit works just fine. Bottom line, it may be crude, but it works!

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You need to check the plug that plugs into the laptop to determine that you don't have a faulty lead or plug. Test it with a multimeter and wriggle the plug to see if the voltage reading remains steady. If it doesn't then it could be the lead and this is easily repaired.
You may be able to borrow an adapter to test your laptop's connector.
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I had the same problem that the ipod would onl play when I pulled it forward in the dock. Looking closely, I saw that some of the pins on the left hand side of the connector were bent forward, so I bent them back with a needle:

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(ie. pushing the pins to the right, as shown here). This solved the problem for me.

If your connector is too far gone, I suggest looking to:

http://www.chargeconverter.com/shop/connector.htm

for a new connector for £3-4 or

http://www.chargeconverter.com/shop/connector.htm

for a whole PCB (Printed Circuit Board) replacement for £10-15.

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They may be out of stock. You may even have to purchase a Philips home theater system with GoGear docking station to get one - you cannot order a separate dock right now, as they don't sell docking stations separate from the home theater system.

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