Question about Audio Players & Recorders
I have an Altec lansing IM600, I plugged in an AC power input instead of the required 13 Volts DC input and I think the AC broke it. Can it be fixed? If so, how? Is what I did so stupid that the warranty won't cover it?
Try bringing it into an electronic store such as a radioshack as they carry universal power supply's. The reason I saw bring it in is so they can match up the voltage and amperage requirments and they also need to match up the end that plugs(as there are 20 or so diamters of plugs) into your unit. I have run several radioshack stores in the past and this is a common occuracnce.
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Posted on Jul 06, 2008
No, it can't be fixed. It's a big mistake. The speaker with in-built amplifer will be burned. So u could change the transformer of the speaker. So go to authorised service centre and rechange the parts it will be worked. It can be repaired but with only authorised service centre only.
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