Question about Dell DJ MP3 Player
The right channel on my Dell Digital Juke Box has dropped off. Tweaking the earphone connection sometimes brings it back for a few seconds. Is there a fix for this? Thanks--j.t.b.
Before you tear apart your dj poke something into the headphone jack... i opened mine up and tried to fix it and couldnt then my dad just shoved a lil flat head screwdriver into the headphone jack and now it works fine
Posted on Apr 10, 2008
Yes, you need to remove the roller (prod with screw driver at its base) then the plastic covers from the top and bottom of the dj must come off. this will expose eight screws total. remove them. then push the motherboard and the harddrive and bettery up through the case/shell. you will see the bad connections between the jack and the motherboard, solder them again to reestablish the connection. re assemble.
i am not saying this will not harm the dj, i did it a bit differently and screwed mine up. bestofluck
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