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Sorry ,I don't have a solution but have sim. problem with Altec Lansing inMotion 5 ,switches on and off all the time ,it's a discontinued model but a great speaker.hopefully somebody can give us some suggestions .
Your altec lansing need to be open, because it has a loss connection on the power supply part of its circuit board. that is why when you turn up the volume it turns off because it produces vibration enough to shake the circuit board which has a loss connection.
1. Prepare the following tools: * soldering gun/iron / soldering lead and a magnifying glass * open your altec lansing cover enough to see the circuit board 2. Try to examine the leads on the circuit board, try to share some of the spare parts make sure it is not plug to live outlet to avoid electric shock. 3. if you see some spare parts shaking try to resolder it. 4. Then close back the cover. 5. Then test your altec lansing
The ipod connector on the board has the same footprint as the angled iPod connector made by JAE, part number DD1B030VA1. Someone moderately skilled in PCB rework should be able to replace it. The part is SMT with 0.5mm pitch pins, and it's right up against an epoxy blob, so it takes a bit of skill to solder by hand.
I called Altec Lansing myself and they will not sell a replacement part, so I am repairing my own.
The problem I have found is the contact glue between the back panel and circuit board inside the sub woofer. The glue becomes conductive after some time (2 years..!!) and needs to be scraped away from across tracks, you can tell the problem areas as the glue is pale yellow but goes brown and conductive over time. Good luck. Regards aj
Hi janros123 - I don't know if this will help - I have a subwoofer ACS48 that needs satellite speakers (they are blown). Want to buy my subwoofer or sell your satellites? I will buy your broken subwoofer, too...thanks, and good luck!
Greg illdooyoo at gmail dot com