Question about Audiovox SIRPNP2 SIRIUS Radio Receiver
My receiver just started to cut out on me. I get an audio pop and then loose my audio. If I jar the unit it will come back and sometimes will continue to play for hours. It's when I first turn in on that I experience the problem and remains intermittent until it finally makes a connection. I think It's a break in the wiring or on the pcb. I want to give it a visual inspection on the inside but can't figure out how to open the unit. Can you help.
Check your copper pin cylinder on the back of the receiver that goes into the cradle. The metal cylinder surrounding the copper pin can shave off or crack, causing these problems. If you can put your hands on another unit, you can replace this area with the parts unit. Unscrew the two screws holding the unit together and then slowly pry the unit apart, inserting a very thin blade and moving it slowly around the frame. Once inside, you will see screws holding down the area with the copper pins. You can remove this and put it in your receiver.
Posted on Aug 18, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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