Question about Sony Walkman SRF-M37V AM/FM/Weather/TV Radio
This can be a failure of the connection jack inside the unit or the electronics that supply the signal to the headphone connection. Connectors like this can be purchased at radio shack. The unit will need to be opened up by removing the screws in the back to see if the jack is loose or damaged. You can then plan your next move. be it re solder the existing connector or replace the connector entirely. if you are lacking solder skills locate someone who can help or take the unit to a shop.
Posted on May 09, 2010
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