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    Non-removable AUX cable broken , how to fix?

    Hey guys, if any of you guys have audio equipment knowledge or anything like that help me please.

    I have a Speaker system and it has a non removable aux cable, and recently the end of the wire or one of the cables i guess has been disconnected or broken. It was an expensive system and i dont wanna have to get a new one just because of the aux cable, is there anyway to fix it or replace it?

    here is a link to the basic system if you needed https://www.amazon.com/Logitech-Watt.../dp/B0151K2AB0

    Thanks for anyone who helps.

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    I had the same issue with my logitech speakers different kind but same kinda issue the port for the aux cord stopped working and it was a bad connection inside had to re solder it

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    You could possibly go out and buy another aux cable, and strip the ends of the attached one and the one you bought and pair them?

    You could then twist the ends of both and maybe buy some heat shrink insulator: https://www.amazon.com/Tenflyer-Asso.../dp/B01D4LOPDO

    Might take a little time but better than buying a new system

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    Quote Originally Posted by Juan_NZ View Post
    You could possibly go out and buy another aux cable, and strip the ends of the attached one and the one you bought and pair them?

    You could then twist the ends of both and maybe buy some heat shrink insulator: https://www.amazon.com/Tenflyer-Asso.../dp/B01D4LOPDO

    Might take a little time but better than buying a new system
    seems like that would be a hard process, i wonder if any stores would do that for a non outrageous price.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gaar View Post


    seems like that would be a hard process, i wonder if any stores would do that for a non outrageous price.
    no it's actually easy
    i just need a knife and a tape to tape the exposed wires
    you can do it without an extra cord just shorten it
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gaar View Post
    Hey guys, if any of you guys have audio equipment knowledge or anything like that help me please.

    I have a Speaker system and it has a non removable aux cable, and recently the end of the wire or one of the cables i guess has been disconnected or broken. It was an expensive system and i dont wanna have to get a new one just because of the aux cable, is there anyway to fix it or replace it?

    here is a link to the basic system if you needed https://www.amazon.com/Logitech-Watt.../dp/B0151K2AB0

    Thanks for anyone who helps.
    Maybe post some pictures of the problem?

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    Quote Originally Posted by -FlashLight- View Post
    Maybe post some pictures of the problem?
    it's on the interior.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gaar View Post


    it's on the interior.
    Oh damn, maybe send it back for an RMA or go to your local electronic repair shop. I'd do the RMA since it would be cheaper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gaar View Post


    seems like that would be a hard process, i wonder if any stores would do that for a non outrageous price.
    Call around local repair shops and ask if they have anybody that knows how to solder. For anybody who knows how to solder is a super easy repair.

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    I had a problem like this once. I took a flat stick, put second glue on it, connected it to the aux jack that got stuck in it, left it a minute and slowly pulled it out. Worked as smooth as a baby's ass.
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