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Poor sound from head phone jack
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: iRiver headphone jack
By the sound of it, I think your headphone jack might be damaged by "tear and wear". In that case, there's little you can do aside getting it serviced. If its warranty is void or expired already, you MIGHT be able to repair it yourself, if you're handy with soldering iron (and, possibly a hot glue gun). However, that would require quite a precision work, patience and vigilance 'cause you could easily damage other electrical components, either by physical means or by burning them out with excess heat... if you're willing to risk it, that is.
To sum it up: you do need to service it.
Posted on Feb 18, 2008
SOURCE: bad front audio jack
In most cases the front jacks are in addition to the rear ones. It's not an either/or situation. If the speakers are connected to the rear jacks (usually green for speakers and pink for mic) and there is no sound, you might have a problem with the onboard sound. Try connecting to the rear jacks with a good set of speakers and try it out. If this doesn't work then we can go from there.
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
Yeah i just fixed mine. Take out the black plastic on both ends. 4 tiny screws underneath, then 2 small metal ends. You will see the board on both ends.
Take out the battery fron the botton. Then TAKE OUT THE SCROLL BUTTON. After that you take out the board. Looking at the headphone jack, you will see 3 small metal connectors inside the jack. try to bend them a lil towards the inside of the connector. I actually put a very tiny piece of metal between the metal and the black plastic in order to force them out.
I was able to fix it, but in the process i broke the scroll button. If you decide to not fix yours and you want to give me the broken dell dj, let me know, i could use the parts.
Posted on Sep 28, 2009
About the speakers, you need to replace them with factory OEM speakers.
The touchpad and the headphone outlet will get hot if the laptop is hot inside. You might want to check the fan for dust and clean it. So the heatfan extracts the heat from inside. Avoid using your laptop on a surface without airflow, such as mattresses or pillows.
Posted on Jul 31, 2011
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