Question about iRiver T10 MP3 Player
Like a lot of my dozen audio devices one of the channels went out probably due to bouncing around. Is there something I can fix myself since it happens so often?
Most common cause is that the solder connection that holds the headphone jack to the board is broken. Usually can be fixed by taking the player apart and re-soldering the connection. Takes some effort and a pencil type soldering iron.
The T10 headphone jack is underneath the main board and you have to undo a solder connection in order to remove the board to gain access to the headphone jack. It's a lot of work but it can be done.
Posted on Jun 13, 2008
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