Question about iRiver H10 MP3 Player
I plugged my iriver mp3 player at my car and it fried due to the overvoltage.
mp3 player works at 5v, but the output from the car is 12v.
question: is it repairable ?
I thought that it might be a resistor or some cheap part to replace, but before I dig through it I want to know for sure.
Do you think it it's easy to fix or I should throw it away and get another one.
I too once fried my Ipod mini, but got it replaced thru warranty. If u too have a warranty period then utilise it. Unless the player visually has any damage. u may even land up being lucky to get replaced with the resistor alone.
Posted on Feb 04, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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