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Problem with Lasonic i pod ghetto blaster

Last summer I purchased a Lasonic ghetto blaster and it worked fine while plugged in however when I tried to use it unplugged with batteries it did not work. I inquired to Lasonic and they told me that I needed to use all the same brand batteries. I just tried this the other day and it is still not working. I do not know if this is a common problem, or of where it can be repaired. Please let me know if you have any suggestions.
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Happened to me, and a very common problem. on the top left of the battery compartment, there is a U shaped connector meant to hook up with the + battery on that side. it's too low, so the circuit doesnt complete. Use some aluminum foil or copper wire to make the U connect with that battery and it should work.

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Check to see if the batteries are in correctly or there is corrosion on the battery terminals. This may sound too easy but too many times i have seen it happen. Also check to see if there is a switch on the back near the battery lid or on the side of the unit for ac/batt power. If not there is a circuit problem with the unit. Most of the units like that have a year warrenty. If it is out of warrenty it probly would cost more to repair than to buy new.
Hope this helps,
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