メインコンテンツにスキップ

修理を始めるには

修理する権利

パーツ&ツール

Released May 2012, identified by model number J2011-03-US.

45の回答 すべてを表示

How can I fix/replace the pairing button?

The soft rubber part of the pairing button tore apart when it was pressed too hard with a sharp instrument, and now it seems that the button mechanism on the inside is broken since I am not able to press the button anymore at all. There is an empty space where the button used to be. I have not attempted any repair or taken anything apart yet. I was hoping that this could be fixed. Thank you very much for any help you can give me. R

回答がありました! View the answer 同じ問題があります

この質問は役に立ちましたか?

スコア 0

コメント:

I followed the steps to open up the Jambox. The pairing button does not seem to be intact. All that I have is a small loose plastic piece about 1/8" long that does not look like it would work to push anything near the pairing switch (SW2).

さんによる

Hello, does anyone know how to out the big jambox in pairing mode without the pairing button. I know theres a ahoertcut with a combination of buttons but cant remember

さんによる

Hi. Does anyone have any photos of what the aforementioned hard piece of plastic is meant to look like? I have removed the side panel and the soft white button on the panel is intact but there is nothing beneath so I don’t know what I’m meant to be looking for. I am loathe to totally dismantle the unit further. I’ve given it a gentle shake and there is nothing loose inside. Any help would be much appreciated.

さんによる

The SW2 switch for pairing is gone. Must have become dislodged from the circuit board. Anyone know where I can order that particular SW2 pairing switch. Thank you kindly.

さんによる

コメントを追加

Nintendo Switch 修理キット

ゲームを再開するための、早くて簡単な修理キット

Switch 修理キットページへ

Nintendo Switch 修理キット

ゲームを再開するための、早くて簡単な修理キット

Switch 修理キットページへ

3件の回答

選択されたソリューション

Hi,

Here is the Ifixit link which shows how to replace the charge port on a Jam Box. It is on the charge port board you will find the pairing switch (SW2)

Jawbone Big Jambox Charge Port Replacement

This link taken from the above link shows the pairing switch (marked SW2,- to the right of the slot cut in the bottom of the board as viewed in the picture), on the board. From your description it seems as though the actuating lever for the switch has been pushed out of the way, as in the picture it seems as though it is a normal push button type switch. You may have to figure out (if the switch is still connected to the board), whether you are either going to replace it with a switch with a longer actuating lever to reach the outside of the case or to either fix or replace the extending switch operating mechanism that is there now.

https://d3nevzfk7ii3be.cloudfront.net/ig...

hopefully this is of some help.

この回答は役に立ちましたか?

スコア 2

コメント:

Hi Richard,

Does the small plastic piece look like it is 'broken' off? If so are there any other pieces lying around in the bottom of the player? In Step #7 of the guide above the pairing button seems to be a round push type. Does it have a slot into which an operating rod could be inserted, which would hold/guide the piece of plastic?

If possible, before you go to all the trouble of figuring out how to fix the operation of the switch, prove that the pairing function still works by pressing the switch (SW2) (with the unit assembled enough to be turned on - use a suitable non metallic probe of some description e.g. handle of a thin paint brush or the end of a plastic pen).

If it still works and you are not to worried about looks and the existing button offers no solution, perhaps a small access hole through which you can insert a probe to operate the switch may be good enough. It might depend on how often you wish to pair the speaker.

さんによる

コメントを追加

Hi @marcman,

Don’t know about an exact replacement but you might be able to find a suitable compatible replacement switch here (or Digikey in your location).

I’m assuming that an ordinary momentary single make switch is all that is required as long as you find one that fits etc.

この回答は役に立ちましたか?

スコア 1
コメントを追加

Hello!

I just fixed my Pairing button by simply taking off the cap where the Pairing button is, and un-jamming the hard piece of plastic on the underside of the Pairing button. I tested the tiny Pairing switch/button and saw that it was working, but the little plastic tab on the underside of the Pairing button on the cap was totally out of line.

No need to take the other cap off or any other steps.

Hope this helps!

Cheers!

この回答は役に立ちましたか?

スコア 0
コメントを追加

回答を追加する

Richard Doering さん、ありがとうございました!
統計データを表示:

過去 24時間: 2

過去 7 日: 14

過去 30 日: 62

今までの合計 2,346