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L have the Extreme Mac Soma 360 Wireless speaker. The Speaker no longer accept the charge from the DC power supply. what can I do about this? l have gone to the retailer where I purchased the unit and they are no longer selling the XtremeMac Soma 360. So I as the Consumer am at a loss. I tried calling 866-329-9800 but all I got was an automated response telling me to write my problem and wait for a reply. So please Tell me what my options are. Thanks sincerely , Nicholas.

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Did you try the xtrememac.com website? It looks pretty poor, but there is a contact link that has a form to contact customer service. The problem is either in the charging circuit or the battery. I don't know how you charge it, so I can't offer much other than the connectors are usually the culprit. The other possibility that comes to mind is the battery. If it's the battery, you'll need to contact them. Batteries only recharge so many times.

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