I have an XM2go that I need to have repaired. Do you know where I can send this out to have it fixed? The bottom piece that accepts the charger is loose and it will not charge. I think it needs to be soldered back in. Thanks!
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.
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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.
Cheap and dirty way to fix it is to buy a 'headphone splitter' and plug it into the radio; when you get it 'just right" superglue it and hold it in position. Then you can use the two other plugs for your headphones until those two wear out. Ugly, but efficient way to fix it without tearing apart the radio, which has surface mount parts and is very difficult to solder to.
There is a very small reset button under the back cover. You will need a small paper clip to reach the button. It is located in the upper left hand corner. The button is not under the batt., it is about 2" above the screw on the side. I don't know if this will solve your problem, but it should reset your radio to its default settings. Good Luck!