Question about Altec Lansing VS4621 Speaker System

Open Question

You bogus rotten excuses that have the nerve to mock our very democratic process. Just a another waste of my time

Does not work but if I move the green round cord from the back of the computer it gets a connection but if I move just a fraction it quits working. This has been a problem within a month of when I purchased them. Challenge me and I will fight this tooth and nail. I know you have records that show the times I have called and I have received any help from you people: Not a kiss my *** you are burnt, no, nothing. Your product is junk. And if your company would have helped me rather than deceive me. I would have thanked you no matter the outcome. But your response, or should I say lack of it strengthens my case exponentially. So thank you for your help. I will see you in court.

Posted by Anonymous on


2 Suggested Answers

  • 2 Answers

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

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.
Good luck!

Posted on Jan 02, 2017

  • 537 Answers

SOURCE: power supply AVS500-A6860 fried

This one might work, but I'm not 100% sure on the connector:

Posted on Feb 16, 2009


Add Your Answer

Uploading: 0%


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



Related Questions:

1 Answer

L have bad restless legs after flu jab l take meds for this but they have been bad since flu jab

Restless leg syndrome is an annoying problem without any known serious consequences, says the Mayo Clinic (paraphrased by me). I am a physician with many (many) years of experience. I don't think our bodies do annoying and miserable things to us without reason, and if you can find the reason you can fix it. of course that's easier said than done. RLS seems to be a problem with the reactivity of the muscles to miscues from the nerves down there. Some theories have been proposed about various hormone or nutrient imbalances but no real answers, so lets look at it from the legs' point of view. Legs are made to move, and by that to move us. They are pretty much specialized for moving. Built into their particular movement process are things like how they get their energy, what their relationship with the nerves is and how they get rid of the leftovers and waste products from the muscle work of moving. That's a long story, as told by scientists. Here's how I look at it, what are your legs trying to tell you?
First you tell us you had the flu. That would imply that you were out of commision for a while. Also that your immune system (the illness fighter) was working really hard that whole time. That means using up resources. So now you have legs that haven't been doing much of their intended job lately and that some of their resources may be low or unavailable. Two of the things muscles need most to stay healthy are regular use and good blood flow.
SO my recommendations: give them what they need.
1. If you have been less mobile that usual, start preparing the legs for resting by working them more. Walking, pacing, dancing, marching in place, moving you feet and legs up and down wihile watching TV - anything to get them moving again. Think of it as telling your legs they are still loved and needed, an quit complaining and whining at night.
2. Pamper them so they will forgive you for not using them. Hot baths for soothing soaks. Massage, especially the big muscle groups like thighs and calf. Eat their favorite meals. Those would include lots of iron, proteins, calcium (needed for muscle contraction) and magnesium (necessary for muscle relaxation).
3. Give them lots of O2 (oxygen). Do some deep breathing before bed. Slow, deep, breaths so you don't get dizzy, and think the oxygen into your blood and down to those unhappy legs. Sounds silly? don't knock it till you've tried it!

Oct 29, 2017 | Health & Beauty

1 Answer

I had fuel pressure checked they said it was good. Told me maybe fuel injector?? Don't. Wanna waste time or money

Nobody wants to waste time or money but diagnostics is a process and not a guessing game.
Most of the time things have to be checked and if nothing is found it seems like a waste of time and money but in reality checking and finding nothing eliminates possible faults so the next stage in the process can be moved to.

A full fuel pressure and delivery test also checks for dribbling or leaking injectors but there are no definite tests checking for spray patterns without removing the injectors for specialist attention.

Mar 06, 2016 | Cars & Trucks

1 Answer

Where is the sphenoid organ located.

SPHENOID BONE ANATOMY The sphenoid bone carries its share of creating part of the base of the cranium. While it can be seen laterally and inferiorly, the shape of the bone is a bit unusual and is often described as moth or butterfly like. The butterfly shape looks very much like the body accompanied by the two wings which form the orbit. The "body" of the bone consists of the sphenoidal sinuses and the saddle shaped depression which is remarkably prominent. This is called the sella turcica. Commonly referred to as "Turk's saddle," this is where the pituitary gland resides. The lateral walls of the nasal cavity are assisted in formation by the inferior projection of pterygoid process. The sphenoid bone is associated with ample foramina properties. SPHENOID BONE STRUCTURE The smaller portion of the "wing" in the rear of the skull helps create a large opening that allows the transfer of optic nerve passageway through the optic canal. The ophthalmic artery also transverses through this passageway. A triangular opening that can be found in between the "wings" associated with the sphenoid bone. This opening is known as the superior orbital fissure and is designed to allow the ophthalmic nerve safe passage to the eyes. The ophthalmic nerve is part of the trigeminal nerve. Additionally, the trochlear nerve, the oculomotor nerve, and the abducens nerve all travel through this same triangular opening.

Mar 14, 2015 | Music

1 Answer

Everyones having memory issues with the wii on rockband 2 with the SD cards including me. All Im seeing though are solutions to 4gb SD cards, mine is a 2gb SD card and has worked before and is just NOW...

A) the only difference between 2gb and 4gb cards are the memory size.
B) technology hates us all not just you so don't be surprised if it goes whacky on your b-day (happy b-day btw) because it will go whacky at the least opportune moments no matter who, what, where, when, or why you are. also they do not have nerve.
C) Calm down bud
D) try the 4gb solutions because they should work the same

Jul 30, 2010 | Nintendo Rock Band for Wii

1 Answer

I can not figure out the wiring for my thermostat. this wiring diagram is worthless to me. I have a fahrenheat single pole thermostat model fta1a. Where do the wires from the breaker box go? It almost seem...

do not purchase Marley Fahrenheat products as they refuse to provide useful installation directions to the home owner. return product to store for a refund in protest of their totally bogus installation directions total junk thanks for wasting my time. I will be sure to smash it before I return it to the store to show my gratitude for the waste of a time web site!!!!!!!!!!

Dec 21, 2009 | Fahrenheat Built-In Baseboard Thermostat...

1 Answer

My sanyo does not work

"Fix it."
This is what you posted as a solution to my problem.
Is this how you fixed your tv problem?
I'm guessing not since you posted your problem here. Your problem sounds like a broken tv, mine is a simple setting in the video menu.
This is a stupid answer and a waste of time. Don't post a bogus solution mongoloid.

Aug 17, 2009 | Televison & Video

1 Answer

How do i fix a water damgaed lg rumor some of the keys dont work how do i fix?!?

Hello, rstkapalko, I have some bad news. It isn't worth fixing. When you have keys that don't work you have either one of two problems, worn-out keypads (where they don't push down solid enough or they don't spring back into their original shape) or a bad keyboard. Now, as it is, you probably have some burns in the circuits that transfers information and power back and forth from the buttons. You'll have to replace that board and anything else that may have recieved damage.

Water damage is a funny thing. Think of the circuits on the board to be the nerve system and think of water damage as destroying that nerve. You can try and replace the circuits but this can prove to be both difficult and can cause more damage to the phone. This is why many manufactures place water dots on their phones and boards so that when that says it has been wet, they won't waste their time looking for the problem.

Nov 14, 2008 | LG RUMOR Cellular Phone

1 Answer

Bread not rising enough

We had exactly the same problem. We contacted Panasonic who supplied bogus "advice" about changing the type of flour and using more water. We eventually discovered the reason for the problems: the mixing paddle was now a loose fit to the spindle. Part way through the baking process it would stick. We also have a solution. You jam tin foil in the gap between the spindle and the paddle, it works a treat. Don't waste you money on a new paddle, this won't be a tight enough fit.

Oct 24, 2007 | Kitchen Appliances - Others

Not finding what you are looking for?
Altec Lansing VS4621 Speaker System Logo

Related Topics:

34 people viewed this question

Ask a Question

Usually answered in minutes!

Top Altec Lansing Audio Players & Recorders Experts

Carlos L. Burgos
Carlos L. Burgos

Level 2 Expert

620 Answers

The Knight
The Knight

Level 3 Expert

75017 Answers

Sharps s

Level 1 Expert

41 Answers

Are you an Altec Lansing Audio Player and Recorder Expert? Answer questions, earn points and help others

Answer questions

Manuals & User Guides