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SUSbeggarmaster2000
post Jan 16 2012, 11:17 AM

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QUOTE(Rogue_assassin @ Jan 9 2012, 04:02 PM)
I've owned a FX5051 surround system for four years and I love the system, but unfortunately the DIN plug on the controller got bent during the move from Arizona to Montana. I would like to know if there's anything that I can do to get the system back up again. I already called tech support and they couldn't find another controller, and I myself haven't been able to find another one ether. Is there anything that I can do to get this fixed, and is it even worth asking a computer repair shop if they can fix it?
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here's a hack!
bend the pins to correct position using a small pliers
in event of broken pins, just cut a small needle size of pin, poke into female and trim it a little poking out.
connect the connectors tightly together. it might crackle but it'll work.....
QUOTE(ionutzt90 @ Jan 15 2012, 05:49 PM)
Hy to all, i`m a new user with a bit of a problem, i have a Altec Lansing VS2120 with a bad volume knob, it "crackles" when i turn it  and i have to spin it very, very, very gentle so i can find a position which both speaker will work. I want to fix this problem but i cant seem to find a way to take it apart.

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I`ve tried poking it where i draw the orange box with no success, i`ve looked for screws, but none found, only managed to pull out the speaker.
Thanks in advance smile.gif
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wd40 damages plastic parts and makes your set greasy. instead use alcohol.....
drip a copious amount into seams of volumer and tweak it all the way up and down roughly and fast until the alcohol evaporates. repeat until satisfactory
if you can't get alcohol... lighter fluid (zippoi fluid) will do just as good
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post Feb 10 2012, 01:21 PM

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[quote=Rogue_assassin,Feb 7 2012, 01:58 AM]
[quote=beggarmaster2000,Jan 15 2012, 09:17 PM]
here's a hack!
bend the pins to correct position using a small pliers
in event of broken pins, just cut a small needle size of pin, poke into female and trim it a little poking out.
connect the connectors tightly together. it might crackle but it'll work.....

I don't know how i could've missed your answer, but the problem isn't with pins. they're actully in good shape, it's the connections between the wires and the pins inside the plug thats the problem. that's why I've been asking if anyone here knows where I could get the pin-out on this plug.

thank you for all the help that you guys have given me, it's been helpful. smile.gif
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you can use the same method i used for my headphone plugs.....
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cut it in half with cutter.....resolder then hot glue it
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post Feb 13 2012, 07:14 AM

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QUOTE(ON7 @ Feb 13 2012, 07:07 AM)
currently looking for ada305 satelitte..mail me..tq
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pm offer me....
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post Apr 27 2012, 01:54 PM

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sad to say
its cheper to replace the set
maybe you want to try edifire nao.... they parts from china... sure many spare part =)
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post May 31 2012, 09:04 PM

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np BrotherHT =) =) =)

 

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