Question about Aiwa HS-PS40 Personal Cassette Player
Posted by Anonymous on
Well Aiwa stereos are very hard to open and designs to break when opening, however some models can be opening without too much issue.
So before you try to open the item, try these if you have some switch cleaner or alcohol tape head cleaner - put a little drop onto the headphone jack and insert and move around the socket just incase there is dirt on the contacts inside, also clean the tape head too just incase of the same,
if not then its an open up, sometime the solders come loose, so with a soldering iron just warm the solders up a little this may fix it.
if this does not it may be a broken part inside the jack - they can be replaced but not easy - spares can be got from ebay from china, for about 1.00gbp
hope this helps
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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