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How to change the headphone socket on the archos fm recorder

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Buy a new headphone socket. if you want to change it. cut the wire then just copy the color coding of the wire to the new headphone socket. open the old socket.
be careful though.

I can't tell what color should be connected to the terminals. cuz' it depends to the manufacturer how they instal it.

sometimes they use black or none colored for the negative, common, or ground.
the left speaker colors yellow, red, pink, or sometimes gray.
the right may be as the left speaker colors.

or sometimes the manufacturer use multiple stranded wires.
so it's up to you.

Posted on Feb 14, 2008

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