Question about Precor Exercise & Fitness

Open Question

Headphone jack treadmill

My headphone jack came out. How do I replace it?

Posted by Anonymous on

6 Suggested Answers

6ya6ya
  • 2 Answers

SOURCE: I have freestanding Series 8 dishwasher. Lately during the filling cycle water hammer is occurring. How can this be resolved

Hi,
a 6ya expert can help you resolve that issue over the phone in a minute or two.
best thing about this new service is that you are never placed on hold and get to talk to real repairmen in the US.
the service is completely free and covers almost anything you can think of (from cars to computers, handyman, and even drones).
click here to download the app (for users in the US for now) and get all the help you need.
goodluck!

Posted on Jan 02, 2017

Joed911
  • 4338 Answers

SOURCE: headphone jack broke off in headphone port of laptop

If you are mechanically/technically incline, this link shows you how to open the MacBook Pro.
Maybe you can resolder the connector into place.

http://www.powerbookmedic.com/Manuals/15-inch-macbook-pro-manual.pdf

Click on this link. Or copy and paste it into your browser.
If I could be of further assistance, let me know.
If this solves your issue, please be kind to rate it.
Thanks, Joe

Posted on Mar 24, 2009

rulds2008
  • 3866 Answers

SOURCE: Rear headphone jack is not working!

Go into the case and unplug the frount headphone jack to enable the rear, some motherboards are particular on this issue.

Posted on Apr 22, 2009

  • 5 Answers

SOURCE: speaker/headphone jack won't work

It may not be the problem of sound card,

try following:

1) try uninstalling/reinstalling the sound drivers from device manager.

2) put the laptop to sleep(standby) mode and than wake up.

Please visit http://www.fixya.com/support/t1728089-speakers_work_but_headphone_jack for more details..

Update, if the solutions work..

Posted on Jul 01, 2009

M2Tech1
  • 313 Answers

SOURCE: My headphone jack is bent and so the headphones barely work.

THE BEST WAY TO DO THIS IS TO GET THE REPLACEMENT JACK FROM AN AUDIO OR MUSICAL SUPPLIES SHOP.. ONCE YOU HAVE THIS CUT BACK THE CABLE OUTER SLEEVE TO SHOW THE CONNECTORS AND CABLES ON THE JACK..GET A SOLDERING IRON READY WITH SOLDER.. STRIP BACK A SMALL AMOUNT OT THE CABLE SLEEVE TO SHOW THE WIRES THEN STRIP BACK EACH OF THE CABLES AND TWIST THE ENDS SLIGHTLY..GET THE SOLDERING IRON HOT AND TOUCH THE WIRE TO THE END WHILST BRINGING TEH SOLDER TO THE WIRE TIP. IF TEH IRON AND WIRE ARE HOT ENOUGH A SMALL AMOUNT OF SOLDER WILL MELT ON TO THE WIRE TIP.. DONT HOLD THE WIRE TO LONG OR THE HEAT WILL MELT THE PLASTIC COATING., DI THE SAME FOR THE OTHER WIRE.THEN UNSREW TH NEW JACK YOU SHOULD SEE EITHER TWO OR THREE CONNECTORS MATCH UP THE NEW WITH THE OLD ON THE CONNECTOR AND SILDER ON ONE BY ONE THE SAME WAY JUST HOLD THE WIRE AND IRON TO THE PLATE AND HEAT WILL CAUSE THE SOLDER TO ATTATCH TO NEW CONNECTIONS..MAKE SURE YOU HAVE PUT THE SLEEVE ON THE WIRE BEFORE YOU SOLDER OR YOU MAY HAVE TO TAKE IT OFF AGAIN TO PUT THE JACK BAK TOGETHER..TAKE YOUR TIME WIT THIS AS IF YOU TRY TO HURRY THE SOLDEDRING PART IT CAN BE MESSY AND NOT TAKE PROPERLY AND CAUSE BREAKAGE AWAY LATER IF THE JACK IS PULLED.. ONCE THE WIRES ARE SOLDERED ON TURN OVER THE GRIPS AND IT SHOULD WORK FINE.. I USUALLY GO FOR THE METAL TYPE JACKS AS THEY ARE STRONGER AND EASIER TO SOLDER.. GOOD LUCK A...

Posted on Aug 06, 2009

  • 846 Answers

SOURCE: iPod Touch 1st Gen Headphone Jack Replacement

The ipod touch HPJ is not too hard to repair. A good source for the part would be ebay. But There is a stepby step guide toothat explains how to repair the jack as opposed to replacing it : iPod touch repair. There are also third party iPod repair companies that do it for you.

Posted on Nov 08, 2009

Add Your Answer

Uploading: 0%

my-video-file.mp4

Complete. Click "Add" to insert your video. Add

×

Loading...
Loading...

Related Questions:

1 Answer

Same problem as below, I have the Denon AVR 790 and the sound keeps switching to headphones. Blowing into the socket did not help. Both unpluging the AV and putting the headphones in and out fix's the...


The unit thinks there are headphone plugged in even when there are not. You need to have the headphone jack replaced. This is a common problem with this model. Another way to fix it if you don't plan on using the headphone jack is to unplug the cable going to the headphone jack board. This will disable the headphone jack, and stop it from sending an erroneous signal to the micro.

Jan 31, 2014 | Denon Avr-790 - 7.1 Channel Home Theatre...

2 Answers

I can hear only from right headphone of my sony bluetooth


Either the left headphone is shot or the headphone jack is messed up. Try a different set of head phones if its same result see about replacing the jack.

Jan 23, 2014 | Sony Walkman Audio Players & Recorders

2 Answers

Jbl roxy over ear headphones ref 430 need to install new cord. how do i open cans?


Hello.
Headphone speakers stop functioning properly when the wireconnections to the speaker are broken. This problem often develops when theheadphone cord gets jerked while being worn. The solder connection might alsodetach over time if it was not properly manufactured. The wire can bereconnected to the speaker with a soldering iron to repair the headphone. Beaware, though, that headphones are not designed to be user maintained in thisfashion. In some cases, it is difficult to get to the speaker due to the casingdesign.
Instructions and tools needed
Screwdriver or butter knife (depending on headphone design),Soldering iron, Electrical solder
1 Plug in the solderingiron. It takes a few minutes for it to get warm enough to be used.
2 Unscrew the screws holdingthe headphone casing over the speakers. This step applies only to models thatuse screws in the casing.
3 Insert the end of the butterknife into the seam on the headphone ear pieces. Pry the two halves of thecasing apart. This step is performed only on headphone models that do not usescrews in the casing.
4 Touch the tip of thesoldering iron to the electrical solder. A small drop should melt onto the tipof the iron.
5 Touch the tip of the soldering iron to the end of thedetached speaker wire inside the headphone speaker cavity. Try to get an evencoating of solder around the exposed metal end of the wire. The soldersolidifies on the wire once the soldering iron is removed.
6 Touch the end of the wire tothe solder on the metal tab attached to the speaker.
7 Touch the tip of the solderingiron to where the wire and tab connect. The heat of the soldering iron meltsthe solder on the wire and tab together. This repairs the broken connectionbetween the wire and speaker.
8 Replace the speaker casingonto the headphone. It should snap back into place for models without screws Thanks.

Sep 22, 2011 | JBL Reference 420 On-and Over-Ear...

2 Answers

Can i transform line in jack to a headphone jack on my laptop,my headphone does't work


It is support by some hardware manufacturers but generally your hardware has to support it. So it is possible.

Mar 01, 2011 | Computers & Internet

1 Answer

Aspire 3680 headphone jack recognizes any headphone plugged in but no sound from the headphone jack, the internal speakers work but not the headphone, running vista


check first you headphone jack speaker. if its working well, then the line from phone jack male to speaker continuity.

Apr 02, 2010 | Acer Aspire 3680 Laptop

1 Answer

I have a Broksonic tv that was purchased in 1998 (yes, I know it's time for a new television). Anyways, I bought some wirless headphones to listen to the tv while I'm on the treadmill, and I can't find a...


Okay, sorry about the clarification request, I saw where the model number was on your request. Your tv is a Brocksonic Model # CTGV-5463TCT, correct?

According to Brocksonic this model tv does not come with a headphone jack. Sorry.

Sep 23, 2009 | Broksonic CTGV-5463TCT TV

2 Answers

Headphone Jack issue Sansa View 32GB


Buy a broken one with the headphone jack intact off Ebay and switch the jacks.

Sep 08, 2009 | SanDisk Sansa View 8GB MP3 Player - Black

2 Answers

Toshiba A10 headphone jack problem


I think you are on the right track, if the headphone jack is worn and shorting out itll kill the speakers because it thinks headphones are plgged in, ebay would be a good start for parts, maybe even call toshiba and speak to their tech support.

Dec 13, 2008 | Toshiba Satelite A10 Notebook

1 Answer

Tdk mp100 headphone jack


Each of the rubber covered cords running to each ear piece has two fine strand wire bundles inside. The right ear piece has a red colored strand and a copper colored strand. The left ear piece has a green colored strand and a copper colored strand. The wires are coated with an insulation lacquer. The lacquer burns off when you heat the wire for soldering.

Repair item: 3.5 mm stereo headphone jack, shrink tubing

Plan for strain relief:. These headphone wires can't take any tension at all. You need to crimp the black cords to the headphone jack somehow.

Slide strain relief and headphone jack housing over the over the rubber covered headphone cord.

  • You need to plan a way to relieve the pulling stress on the solder joints where the two headphone cords enter your replacement headphone jack.
  • Try shrink tubing if you have it.
  • If you have some thermal shrink tubing, slide a piece over the headphone cord end before stripping the wires.
  • Slide the headphone jack casing over the headphone cord also.
Strip each headphone cord 5/8" using the 18 gage setting of your wire stripper..

Hold each headphone cord in a "third hand" soldering assist tool and tease the green, red and copper bundles apart..I wore a 10x Magnavisor and I used a sewing needle and a bright light.

Twist the copper colored strands from both headphone cords together. They are the common ground wires. The copper colored bundle will attach to the headphone jack ground.

Apply a dab of solder to the end of each of the three bundles of wire. You will see and smell the insulating lacquer as it burns off. Keep most of the wire bundle cool.

Position the two strand headphone cord and the 3.5 mm headphone jack in the third hand soldering stand.
  • Plan where you can crimp the headphone cord. Crimp it when ready.
  • The green == left channel wire goes to the tip of the 3.5mm jack.
  • The red==right channel wire goes to the middle of the 3.5 mm jack
  • The copper colored wires go to the ground of the jack..
  • Measure resistance, 31 ohms per earpiece.
  • Screw the jack cover on and finish the strain relief craftsmanship.



Nov 28, 2008 | TDK MP100 Professional Headphones

1 Answer

Headphone


YES there is a way.

you can head on over to radio shack , and look for an exact matching headphone jack replacement.

or order one.

then solder in the new one.

or if you are in the mood , you can look for a "junked/unwanted device" that has the correct headphone jack you are looking for and strip it out and use it as your new headphone jack.

I love that last option because it will not cost anything :-)

Shalom and may the nforce be with you , always.

Sep 11, 2008 | SanDisk Sansa e260 MP3 Player

Not finding what you are looking for?
Exercise & Fitness Logo

Related Topics:

29 people viewed this question

Ask a Question

Usually answered in minutes!

Top Precor Exercise & Fitness Experts

Sportsmith LLC
Sportsmith LLC

Level 3 Expert

914 Answers

Electro Med Services...
Electro Med Services...

Level 3 Expert

6694 Answers

Shehu Pro
Shehu Pro

Level 3 Expert

1284 Answers

Are you a Precor Exercise and Fitnes Expert? Answer questions, earn points and help others

Answer questions

Manuals & User Guides

Loading...