Question about Logitech S100 Computer Speakers
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
most of the logitech device are plug and play, all you have to do it just plug it to the computer CPU and it will turn on automatically
Posted on Oct 31, 2009
Hello little richi,
I would suggest plugging your speakers into another outlet first to be sure that your speakers are the problem. I would then suggest to check and see if you can remove the power cord, which I would assume is universal and can bought at many retailers, and install a new one.
If the switch was the problem, this situation becomes more technical. You most likely would have to buy a new plug. There are electronics retailers such as Jameco and Newark. We're not talking about places like Best Buy and Walmart here. Jameco and Newark sell plugs that you would have to solder on to the wire. The plugs should be real cheap. If you know how to solder, all you would need to do is solder the wires on to the plug.
Posted on Sep 06, 2011
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