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We just discovered how to break openthis mother. Use a flathead to gently lift the wraparound speaker cover from the lip, and gently work your way around the speaker. Underneath it you'll find a crapload of screws. Then go to town.
a couple of things , there are sometimes fuses at the uput stage internaly or it sounds like you have bown the output stage or output i dont ko if it would be orth repairing as this is the ost xpensive part inside
I have had exactly the same problem having bought a JBL Radial Micro for my partner for Xmas for use with the Ipod Nano, i contacted JBL via their website and was advised to contact Harmen on 01707278100. I was advised that the new ipod nano (chromatic) would not charge on the JBL radial micro. They stated that this was due to Apple changing the charging pin in the new nano. I have since bought a JBL Stage III. I contacted Harmen before buying this and was advised that the Stage II would not work. Hope that this is of use.