Question about RCA Audio Players & Recorders
The headphone jack is very loose. I tried moving the headphone plug arounfd and it still won't work. it won't even play music at all, the serial number is FAB3NN432A3173, please help
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Ear Jack
I had the same problem you had on a Dell DJ 30 I wrapped aluminum foil around my headphone jack and I plugged the headphones in. When I took my headphones out, the aluminum foil got stuck inside the player. I put the headphones back in and tested it and it worked. The aluminum foil is well placed in there and doesn't come out. I just did this a few minutes ago, so I am not sure of the long-term effects of this. Some articles I have read on the internet seem to suggest that this can cause a short-circuit. I am not sure and cautious about this. I will continue to use my mp3 player, but I might discontinue use in my car, for fear of shorting out my car speaker.
Posted on Apr 06, 2007
SOURCE: cannot hear music
The bad news is that your headphone jack is most likely shot. The soldered connections inside are most likely broken. This is not repairable generally, at least not for a cost that would be reasonable. Music will play through your computer because it can be read off your player through the USB connection. Use it as a data storage drive and buy a new one, or a used one. I've seen used T30s on Amazon for around $30 to $40.
Posted on Jul 29, 2007
SOURCE: Audio Problems With MP3
First thing you wanna do is to try another set of headphones. If it still sounds muffled then theres a fault in the audio output section and these things are non user serviceable. Your gonna need to send back to the manufacturer. Good Luck
Posted on Apr 27, 2006
SOURCE: Left Channel is bad
This same problem has started recently on mine. I love it, and dont really want to buy a new one, has anyone had any luck on getting this problem fixed? let me know. email@example.com Thanks
Posted on Sep 09, 2008
Have you tried another set of headphones? Normally the headphones wire is what goes, instead of the jack itself.
I've never opened one of those up, but I guess you could re-solder a new jack into it if you were adept at that sort of thing...Finding the right jack is the trick, I'm afraid.
I'd repost your question to the sandisk forum board here. Also see this list. It sounds like yours is a common complaint, and you may have good luck contacting sandisk technical support and getting it repaired...
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Posted on Sep 07, 2009
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