Question about Sylvania SMPK8858 MP3 Player
The two rubber dimples on the other end of the back side of the unit can be removed to expose a pair of screws.
At that point the cover can be removed., Pushing in on the sides of the case will help the side and top catches release.
Once onside you can see 2 more screws on the top (head phone jack) end that will allow the board to come up.
But at that point you better be good with SMT. The headphone jack is fed by feed throughs to pads that are likely ripped off.
Have Fun :-)
Posted on Nov 09, 2010
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