Question about Audio Players & Recorders
I have a Worldtech MP4 player. It works fine, but the jack plug point took a knock a while ago and it only plays in stereo if you apply pressure to the jack-plug. Can it be fixed?
Yes it can at a cost if im right you knocked it while head phones were in ? if so look down the hole of the jack you will see a small flat peace of metal with a wach screw driver gently force the metal out in order to make a contact
Posted on Feb 18, 2008
The most common problem when you have to apply "pressure" to the plug to get sound to come thru is that the soldered connections to the internal jack have been detached. If you dont know how to solder a connection, you need to take your player to a service center. AT YOUR OWN RISK, open the case and CAREFULLY re solder the connections at the sides of the jack. this must be done with as LITTLE AS POSSIBLE amount of solder, too much and you will make an unwanted connection and possibly ruin the player.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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