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Remote Wiring and Power Problems

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A while back, my Creative Inspire t5400 stereo stopped turning on. The LED which usually indicates power no longer lit, and no sound was produced from any of the speakers. After finding a dead mouse (not deadmou5) below my desk near the cables, I assumed it was a cable issue. I disassembled the control remote, cleaned the potentiometer, and attempted to rewire it. I am not sure if I have it wired correctly currently, but that is only part of the question at hand.

In the meantime, I found [http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f23/solved-creative-inspire-6600-volume-problems-16339.html|this thread] in which is listed very similar issues to what I have having, as well as some possible fixes, none of which had to do with wiring issues.

Currently, after having re-wiring the remote, the power indicator LED turns on as soon as the system is plugged in, and gets dimmer as the volume is turned up. I am not sure what exactly would cause this, as some of the issues mentioned in the other thread are faulty transistors, capacitors, and potentiometers, all of which I plan on replacing soon.

So, my question is: What would cause the change from no LED to always on LED that dims as the potentiometer is turned? Am I wasting my time with replacing components?

Also, if anyone knows the correct ordering of the wires in the remote, that would help immensely.

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Creative Inspire T5400

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Bewerkt door: Brett Hartt ,

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Problems with theRemote Wiring and Power and LEDProblems
Problems with theRemote Wiring and Power and LEDProblems

Tekst:

A while back, my Creative Inspire t5400 stereo stopped turning on. The LED which usually indicates power no longer lit, and no sound was produced from any of the speakers. After finding a dead mouse (not deadmou5) below my desk near the cables, I assumed it was a cable issue. I disassembled the control remote, cleaned the potentiometer, and attempted to rewire it. I am not sure if I have it wired correctly currently, but that is only part of the question at hand.

In the meantime, I found [http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f23/solved-creative-inspire-6600-volume-problems-16339.html|this thread] in which is listed very similar issues to what I have having, as well as some possible fixes, none of which had to do with wiring issues.

Currently, after having re-wiring the remote, the power indicator LED turns on as soon as the system is plugged in, and gets dimmer as the volume is turned up. I am not sure what exactly would cause this, as some of the issues mentioned in the other thread are faulty transistors, capacitors, and potentiometers, all of which I plan on replacing soon.

So, my question is: What would cause the change from no LED to always on LED that dims as the potentiometer is turned? Am I wasting my time with replacing components?

Also, if anyone knows the correct ordering of the wires in the remote, that would help immensely.

Apparaat:

Creative Inspire T5400

Status:

open

Bewerkt door: Brett Hartt ,

Titel:

Problems with the Power and LED

Tekst:

A while back, my Creative Inspire t5400 stereo stopped turning on. The LED which usually indicates power no longer lit, and no sound was produced from any of the speakers. After finding a dead mouse (not deadmou5) below my desk near the cables, I assumed it was a cable issue. I disassembled the control remote, cleaned the potentiometer, and attempted to rewire it. I am not sure if I have it wired correctly currently, but that is only part of the question at hand.
A while back, my Creative Inspire t5400 stereo stopped turning on. The LED which usually indicates power no longer lit, and no sound was produced from any of the speakers. After finding a dead mouse (not deadmou5) below my desk near the cables, I assumed it was a cable issue. I disassembled the control remote, cleaned the potentiometer, and attempted to rewire it. I am not sure if I have it wired correctly currently, but that is only part of the question at hand.
 
In the meantime, I found [http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f23/solved-creative-inspire-6600-volume-problems-16339.html|this thread] in which is listed very similar issues to what I have having, as well as some possible fixes, none of which had to do with wiring issues.
 
Currently, after having re-wiring the remote, the power indicator LED turns on as soon as the system is plugged in, and gets dimmer as the volume is turned up. I am not sure what exactly would cause this, as some of the issues mentioned in the other thread are faulty transistors, capacitors, and potentiometers, all of which I plan on replacing soon.
 
So, my question is: What would cause the change from no LED to always on LED that dims as the potentiometer is turned? Am I wasting my time with replacing components?
 
Also, if anyone knows the correct ordering of the wires in the remote, that would help immensely.

Apparaat:

Creative Inspire T5400

Status:

open

Origineel bericht door: Brett Hartt ,

Titel:

Problems with the Power and LED

Tekst:

A while back, my stereo stopped turning on. The LED which usually indicates power no longer lit, and no sound was produced from any of the speakers. After finding a dead mouse (not deadmou5) below my desk near the cables, I assumed it was a cable issue. I disassembled the control remote, cleaned the potentiometer, and attempted to rewire it. I am not sure if I have it wired correctly currently, but that is only part of the question at hand.

In the meantime, I found [http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f23/solved-creative-inspire-6600-volume-problems-16339.html|this thread] in which is listed very similar issues to what I have having, as well as some possible fixes, none of which had to do with wiring issues.

Currently, after having re-wiring the remote, the power indicator LED turns on as soon as the system is plugged in, and gets dimmer as the volume is turned up. I am not sure what exactly would cause this, as some of the issues mentioned in the other thread are faulty transistors, capacitors, and potentiometers, all of which I plan on replacing soon.

So, my question is: What would cause the change from no LED to always on LED that dims as the potentiometer is turned? Am I wasting my time with replacing components?

Also, if anyone knows the correct ordering of the wires in the remote, that would help immensely.

Apparaat:

Creative Inspire T5400

Status:

open