Question about Sony Walkman D-FJ61 Personal CD Player
I recently was given a Sony D-FJ61 by a friend for free. I got lucky. It worked great, the quality is perfect, no skipping, I expected no less. Meanwhile, after a few days I began to have a problem where the sound only comes through the left earphone. Pushing the headphone jack at a certain angle appeared to fix the problem if I held it in place, so I figured one of the prongs inside the jack must have been bent. So I opened it up, and bent the prong back inward. Meanwhile, it doesn't appear to fix the problem. If I could get the black cover of the headphone jack inside the CD player off, I could better see and adjust the prongs so they touch the jack correctly. Does anyone happen to know how to do this, or know an easier way of fixing the problem?
Hello. The problem could be the jack itself, more exactly it has a bad contact with the main board. If you have a soldering equipment you should try to resolder the jack to the main board. Or you may try to go at a service center, to have the jack replaced just to be shure. It isn't an expensive repair and can be done in half hour at max. I don't recomand you to try to dissasemble the jack because it may get damaged even further. check the connections with the main board, it may even be a broken pin. Good luck, feel free to ask further questions and don't forget to rate any answer received from this site :)
Posted on Mar 03, 2007
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