Problem: my headphone jack is malfunctioning. Something must be wrong with the contact threads- I have to wiggle the headphone plug and get it placed just so to get proper sound. The jack has always been a bit tempermental, but has become totally unreliable. I have resorted to improvising a wedge and then taping the plug down to keep it in place.
Can this be repaired?
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The charger which came with my Gmini 220 is 5V DC, 1.6A. It measures about 5.18V. The +5V is applied to the normally unused pin on the USB connector. The charger's plug is built so you and plug the charger into the Gmini and then plug the USB cable into the charger.
Here is the link to the user manual for your player;
This link gives the FAQ's for your model;
and says this;
"What kind of batteries does my Gmini220 use and how can I replace them?
The Archos Jukebox Multimedia uses a factory installed Lithium Ion battery.
If the duration of a full charge seems very low, please contact customer service at the following address for US ([email protected]) or the following address for Europe ([email protected]).
Please Note: Do not attempt to change the batteries, this could cause damage to your Jukebox and void your warranty."
Hope this helps :)