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Broken IPOD connector on Interface Board, Part number: 1008-0000676. Is this part available in Australia? if so where can it be obtained?

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Ipod docking station, piece broken off and it wont detect ipod


How to remove fix broken Apple Ipod Touch 4Th Gen A1367 Dock Connector

I would enquire regarding repair at: e-mail: info@i-Luv.com

The manual for your docking station should on its last page have contact information. I obtained the above email out of an online manual. This information is challenging to obtain. I hope what I have provided gives you some idea of what is involved.

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Kenmore Oasis Constant Audible Beep


If you own a Kenmore Oasis washer that has an audible beep that occurs randomly, or remains constant, whether or not the appliance is in use, the following information explains what causes the problem and how to correct it.

This is a common and very well known problem with the Oasis that commonly occurs due to a failed or shorted relay on the operator/user interface board inside the control panel. These boards are not serviceable and usually requires you to replace the operator/user interface to correct the problem. The board is located directly behind the control knob. You can usually order the part at any of the following websites:

searspartsdirect.com
appliancepartspros.com
pcappliancerepair.com
repairclinic.com

Just type in your model number and look under the "Control Panel Parts" heading. All these sites are reputable and offer great service with competitive pricing. The first three sites I listed also inlcude helpful exploded view parts diagrams to assist you in locating and properly identifying the parts you need.

If you do not find your model number listed at some of the websites, use the part number you obtain from the Sears website and do a Search by Part Number at the other sites. Sometimes the model number may not be listed, but the parts are still listed. Sears tends to have a more extensive data base of model numbers, but may not always have the better price.


To replace the user interface board, follow these steps:

1. Unplug the washer.

2. Locate and remove the retaining screws in the back of the control panel. With the screws removed, the control panel will lift from the back first, then off. NOTE: Be careful when lifting the panel, there is a small interface cable plugged into the control board.

3. Remove the interface connector and pull the control knob off.

4. Lay entire panel face down on a soft surface (such as some folded towels).

5. Remove the user interface cover (this is item 10 if you use the drawings in the Sears website).

6. With the cover removed, take a small flat blade screwdriver and pry back the tabs that hold the board in place. There will be several around the entire perimeter of the board.

7. Once the old board is removed, carefully insert the new control board making sure you don't put it in upside down. Mark the location of the interface connector plug as a reference. NOTE: Do not handle the surface area of the board with your hands. This can cause damage from electro-static discharge to small components of the board and render it unusable. Hold the board by the edges only.

8. Reinsert the interface cover and flip the control panel over to its upright position.

9. Reinstall the control knob and make sure you plug the interface connector back in.

10. Reinstall control panel by inserting the front edge of the panel into the grooves on the washer top casing and lower it back. Tighten all mounting screws.

This is a pretty simple repair job. The hardest part you may encounter is removing the old board. The small tabs can be difficult to bend sometimes. Also, use care not to apply too much pressure on the new board when you install it. They can be difficult to snap back into place at times. Just take your time.

If you have questions about this repair, please let me know. I hope this information is found to be helpful.

HELPFUL HINT: You may try unplugging the washer and remove the control panel and try cleaning the interface connector to see if this helps BEFORE you order parts. Sometimes it helps.

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C-3c50


C3C50 at power up.

PROBABLE CAUSES:

1. Loose connectors or failed PWB-C board.
Reseat all connectors and then replace PWB-C board (p\n 65FA-9360) if necessary.


2. Poor connection for the interface cable between the MFP and scanner.

Reseat the MFP-to-scanner interface cable its a large molex cable with thumb screws to remove on the outside of case.(p/n 4581-6876-01).


3. Failed PWB-F board.

Replace PWB-F board (p/n 4025-0103-27). Flash MFP with most current firmware. The latest version firmware or system software is available via the Konica Minolta Download if you need help with this write me back.


4. Incorrect scanner serial number.

Access service mode and select System Input. Verify the correct scanner serial number has been input under Serial # Input.this is in Service mode. if you need help with this write me back

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I reside in Perth Western Australia and need a replacement cable to connect my ipod to my JVC RD-HA3W... can you advise where or how I can obtain one, please?


I couldn't find the english version of the manual but this one...

http://www12.jvc-victor.co.jp/pdfs/LVT1684-010A.pdf

...shows the iPod-specific connector on the JVC is just USB, so I must conclude you have lost the iPod USB cable, not a cable that is unique to this product.

THAT would be found under an iPod request. Google "ipod usb cable" or look around on eBay.

For just listening, any audio device with a headphone/earbud output can be connected to any available analog Line Level input (except PHONO) with a simple adapter. They don't tell you that in the manual because they want you to purchase expensive accessories like docking stations.

http://www.monoprice.com/products/product.asp?c_id=102&cp_id=10218&cs_id=1021804&p_id=665&seq=1&format=2

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Broken SATA Connector on Motherboard


SATA connector can be replaced if a local technician should have any old damaged mother board with him and if he is ready to fix it on *********** board. you will have to find it by going to the different repair shop if they are available.there is no alternate solution to this problem as there is only one connector on the mother board. if some repair store agrees to do it for you then it could be done or else you will have to get the motherboard replaced.

May 12, 2010 | Acer Aspire X1200-B1601A PC Desktop

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Oasis washer kenmore elite, the end of cycle signal button toggles back and forth from soft to loud all on its own continuesly. what could be the problem?


This is a common and very well known problem with the Oasis. You will need to replace the operator/user interface board inside the control panel to resolve this issue. The board is located directly behind the control knob. You can usually order the part at any of the following websites:

searspartsdirect.com
appliancepartspros.com
pcappliancerepair.com
repairclinic.com

Just type in your model number and look under the "Control Panel Parts" heading. If you do not find your model number listed at some of the websites, use the part number you obtain from the Sears websites and do a Search by Part Number. You should find the part listed at the other sites. Sears tends to have a more extensive data base of model numbers, but may not always have the better price.


To replace the user interface board, follow these steps:

1. Unplug the washer.
2. Locate and remove the retaining screws in the back of the control panel. With the screws removed, the control panel will lift from the back first, then off. NOTE: Be careful when lifting the panel, there is a small interface cable plugged into the control board.
3. Remove the interface connector and pull the control knob off.
4. Lay entire panel face down on a soft surface (such as some folded towels).
5. Remove the user interface cover (this is item 10 if you use the drawings in the Sears website).
6. With the cover removed, take a small flat blade screwdriver and pry back the tabs that hold the board in place. There will be several around the entire perimeter.
7. Once the old board is removed, carefully insert the new control board making sure you don't put it in upside down. Mark the location of the interface connector plug as a reference. NOTE: Do not handle the surface area of the board with your hands. This can cause damage to small components of the board and render it unusable. Hold the board by the edges.
8. Reinsert the interface cover and flip the control panel over to its upright position.
9. Reinstall the control knob and make sure you plug the interface connector back in.
10. Reinstall control panel by inserting the front edge of the panel into the grooves on the washer top casing and lower it back. Tighten all mounting screws.

This is a pretty simple repair job. The hardest part you may encounter is removing the old board. The small tabs can be difficult to bend sometimes. Also, use care not to apply too much pressure on the new board when you install it. They can be difficult to snap back into place at times. Just take your time.

If you have questions along the way, please let me know. I hope this corrects your problem.

PS You may also try unplugging the washer and removing the control panel and try cleaning the interface connector to see if this helps BEFORE you order parts. Sometimes it helps.

Feb 26, 2010 | Kenmore Elite Oasis 27052 Top Load Washer

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My washer keeps beeping even when i'm not using it. also when i try to use it i need to hit the start & stop button 4/5 time before it starts running. please help


This is a common and very well known problem with the Oasis. You will need to replace the operator/user interface board inside the control panel to resolve this issue. The board is located directly behind the control knob. You can usually order the part at any of the following websites: searspartsdirect.com appliancepartspros.com pcappliancerepair.com repairclinic.com Just type in your model number and look under the "Control Panel Parts" heading. If you do not find your model number listed at some of the websites, use the part number you obtain from the Sears websites and do a Search by Part Number. You should find the part listed at the other sites. Sears tends to have a more extensive data base of model numbers, but may not always have the better price.
To replace the user interface board, follow these steps:

1. Unplug the washer.
2. Locate and remove the retaining screws in the back of the control panel. With the screws removed, the control panel will lift from the back first, then off. NOTE: Be careful when lifting the panel, there is a small interface cable plugged into the control board.
3. Remove the interface connector and pull the control knob off.
4. Lay entire panel face down on a soft surface (such as some folded towels).
5. Remove the user interface cover (this is item 10 if you use the drawings in the Sears website).
6. With the cover removed, take a small flat blade screwdriver and pry back the tabs that hold the board in place. There will be several around the entire perimeter.
7. Once the old board is removed, carefully insert the new control board making sure you don't put it in upside down. Mark the location of the interface connector plug as a reference. NOTE: Do not handle the surface area of the board with your hands. This can cause damage to small components of the board and render it unusable. Hold the board by the edges.
8. Reinsert the interface cover and flip the control panel over to its upright position.
9. Reinstall the control knob and make sure you plug the interface connector back in.
10. Reinstall control panel by inserting the front edge of the panel into the grooves on the washer top casing and lower it back. Tighten all mounting screws.

This is a pretty simple repair job. The hardest part you may encounter is removing the old board. The small tabs can be difficult to bend sometimes. Also, use care not to apply too much pressure on the new board when you install it. They can be difficult to snap back into place at times. Just take your time.

If you have questions along the way, please let me know. I hope this corrects your problem.

PS You may also try unplugging the washer and removing the control panel and try cleaning the interface connector to see if this helps BEFORE you order parts. Sometimes it helps.

Dec 18, 2009 | Kenmore Elite Oasis 27052 Top Load Washer

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My JVC UX-GP5 docking station no longer charges the ipod and also I have intermittnet connectivity issues


Unfortunately the UX-GP5 has a flimsy ipod connector. The connector is soldered to a small circuit board in the flip-down dock. After repeated use the connector wiggles and breaks free from the board. Various symptoms result depending on how many connections break. A replacement board is available from JVC in the US. The part number is GVA10161-A1. If you're tecnically proficient you can change it yourself by opening the cover on the docking door. It's held in place by two screws that are hidden under a glued metal strip at the back of the door (behind the ipod connector). Once you get that open it's a simple matter to unscrew and unplug the defective board.

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Can you repair a broken ipod connector on the JBL On Time?


Yes it can

Fullers Electronics on 01728 746400
The board part number is: ZDTIMEWT0100G

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IPod Nano 3rd Generation


Hello Nada19,

The dock connector is the connector at the bottom of the iPod which the USB cable you use to connect the iPod to your computer plugs into. This is also the connector that is used to connect your iPod to a "dock" such as this one. An iPod dock, like this one is a device that you drop your iPod into for charging. It typically also has a connection for external speakers that can be used with the dock.

Not all models of iPod have a dock connector. And the actual layout of the dock connector varies from model to model. It sounds like you will need to use an iPod model that does have a dock connector to interface with the karaoke machine. You may also need an interface cable. Consult the documentation of your karaoke machine for more detailed info.

Best Regards,
Ken
"Go Ahead. Use Us."

Jul 01, 2008 | Audio Players & Recorders

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