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PostSubject: alpine disassembly   alpine disassembly EmptySun Feb 11, 2007 5:05 pm

both of my rear speakers are not getting power from the head unit. (alpine 9827) i believe it is because the unit did not fit in the riv and therefore, had constant pressure and strain on the wire harness plug. the conection inside the reciever must be loose for the rears b/c the fronts work all the time and i can get the rears to work if i pull out a little on the plug.
has anyone taken a newer cd player apart to fix it? my waranty has expired and i dont want to shell out $200 for a new one if i can help it. do you think i need to re-solder something inside it? i can pull apart the top cover to expose the laser and cd deck but the wires and board are on the bottom. it loks like there are rivits holding the damn thing together...are these made to come apart?
any advice is welcomed at this point. i just want everything to work again!!!
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PostSubject: Re: alpine disassembly   alpine disassembly EmptyThu Feb 22, 2007 9:52 pm

From your description, it seems the plug's pins could've been loosened on the PC board. Re-soldering might fix. The unit should come apart. Remove all visible screws (look for those under labels). Also look for clips holding the assembly together. Good luck!

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PostSubject: Re: alpine disassembly   alpine disassembly EmptyThu Feb 22, 2007 10:02 pm

yea i got it apart and i didnt have my solder gun (at my parents house). so i took a screw driver to the oven coil and tried to fix them that way. it didnt look/feel like anything was loose and remelting the solder points didnt help at all. i still have no idea why it stoped putting out power to the speakers, maybe a bad design from factory that just got worse with some flexing and pressure. oh well, i got the new one now and its working great smile
thanks for the help.

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