Picture this? You wake up one morning and plug the aux cable into the stereo system, MP3 player, or any other sound machine and then nothing happens. No sound. Or maybe the sound is fuzzy and seems to have lots of background noises or interference. You try to confirm the connections to make sure they are snug. And yes, they fit perfectly. The last time you checked the unit was working okay. Chances are that the unit is broken. It may be a faulty head or plug or even the cable. Buying another unit is an option. However, it is usually the more expensive approach. In this read, I will show you how to repair the unit step by step. Before you read further also check our article on How To Convert Aux Cables To USB?
- A Complete Guide How To Fix Aux Cables
A Complete Guide How To Fix Aux Cables
What you will need:
- Wire stripper
- Pair of pliers
- Soldering iron/gun
- Solder wire
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