Introduction

A faulty auxiliary inlet can cause the user unable to play media to the radio receiver. This guide will show you how to replace the Auxiliary Inlet for the Pioneer FH-X730BS.

Parts

No parts required.

  1. Apply pressure to the tabs on each side using the plastic opening tool.
    • Apply pressure to the tabs on each side using the plastic opening tool.

    • You will need to pull the face away from the frame while unhooking the tabs.

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  2. After removing the stereo face from the frame it should look similar to this.
    • After removing the stereo face from the frame it should look similar to this.

    • Remove the seven 11.2mm Phillips #1 screws on the rear side of the stereo face.

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    • Remove the volume knob by pulling it towards you and pull the motherboard out of the face.

    • The audio buttons can now be taken out. You can flip the face downwards and tap the audio buttons.

    • You can now insert the replacement audio buttons into the face.

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    • Here you are able to desolder the auxiliary ports from the circuit board and solder a replacement auxiliary port on.

    • The end of the soldering iron will be hot.

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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