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Subject: RE: Hardware problems
From: Garbacz Edward-MGI0797 (egarbacz_at_motorola.com)
Date: 2002-07-26


I have an AJB6k that had the same problem. If you decide to take apart your
jukebox you will see two solder joints right next to the earphone jack. I
touched these up and that solved the problem for me. My jukebox was out of
warranty that is why I fixed it myself. I would highly recommend sending it
back to Archos for repair if they will fix it under warranty otherwise you
may end up doing more harm. While I had mine apart I accidentally dropped
it on the floor of my garage a busted the display screen. Everything else
works so if I want to use it I have to guess where the directories are :(
If anyone has a broken AJB6k that they would sell me cheap let me know.

Ed G.
egarbacz_at_pobox.com

 -----Original Message-----
From: Greg Haerr [mailto:greg_at_censoft.com]
Sent: Friday, July 26, 2002 1:37 PM
To: rockbox_at_cool.haxx.se
Subject: Re: Hardware problems

: I can cause the Archos to spontaneously reboot or shut
: off by putting pressure on the earphone piece, which naturally presses the
: top/LCD/control board into the bottom/CPU board. Most of my audio and
other
: settings are erased.

I have an Player 20, and it seems to have the same problem. If
I'm not careful and lift the unit by the earphone cord, the unit
will power off. I determined it seems to be a short when moving
the earphone plug around...

Do you think Archos will fix this unit, or is it a design error?

Regards,

Greg



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