Question about Personal CD Players
A few days ago the power to my portable CD player kept cutting out when I used my AC adapter. It works fine with batteries, but I don't like using batteries when I don't need to. I thought the AC adapter was shot (it's probably nine or ten years old) but I bought a new one today and I'm still having the same problem. The CD player turns off by itself if the plug that goes into the AC/DC jack is moved or turned at all. The CD player itself is only about seven months old. Is it possible to be fixed? If not I may have to actually join the 21st century and spring for an mp3 player, which I really can't afford right now, unless there are any that sell for <$75, which I highly doubt, especially since I'd need at least a 20 gig player with all the music I have. I don't see an area to put my email address, I don't know if I'm just missing it, but if you need it it's firstname.lastname@example.org .
Mystical Chicken, all that needs to be done is to open up your player and re-flow the solder connection where the ac adapter goes. It is a fairly simple task, given you have used a soldering iron before. If not, just send it to me and I'll fix it.
Posted on Jul 19, 2008
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