I have an XM2go Radio made by Delphi. The bottom socket where you plug it in to recharge it has come loose. I cannot find a repair facility anywhere and know nothing about these myself. Do you know of anywhere I can mail this thing to to get it fixed? I hate to throw it away. I bought it back when they were brand new for 300.00. Thanks!
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IF you take it out of the home dock and run it on batteries, I'll bet you it works again. The newer home docks TURN OFF the FM transmitter. Try a car dock, or try it with just the power plug plugged into the bottom of the MyFi, without the home dock and see if you can now get the FM transmitter to work. Let me know. Thanks and good luck.
your antenna connection inside the unit is broken on the circuit board,i had one of these and repaired it numerous times by taking the unit apart and resoldering the connection at the board,also their antennas don't last long as far as the antenna plug end is concerned
Sounds like a bad battery. Try plugging DC adapter directly into the bottom of the unit and turn it on - does it still act-up? If so, bad radio; if it works with adapter only, then battery and charging issue.
I have the same problem. I finally was able to get Delphi Tech Service and found out that these units have a flaw. they have been going out after about 14-18 months and there is no known repair... neither does Delphi offer a repair service for this problem.
I would suggest any reputable audio store that does installations or any electronic repair shop. If I'm not mistaken, I think your XM2go is made by Pioneer. Therefore, I would suggest going to Pioneer's website and look for an authorized repair facility near your area. I hope this helps...good luck.