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Audio is distorted

Audio is coming out “gargled” or too quiet

Bluetooth connection is partially interfered

Place both devices close to each other. Turn off other bluetooth devices within the proximity to confirm that there is no outside interference.

AUX or USB cord not be plugged in all the way or damaged

Verify that AUX or USB cord is plugged in completely. Examine cord to see if there are any breaks in the cable. Ensure cord does not work with other devices. Replace cord.

Wires connecting the speaker to motherboard are broken or damaged

Examine wires for breaks or tears. Confirm that wires are connected properly to speakers via sautering. See repair guide for wire replacement.

Speaker is not pairing with bluetooth devices

Speaker remains unconnected when trying to pair with another bluetooth device

Bluetooth connection has interference

Place devices close to each other. Ensure path is clear between speaker and device. Turn off other bluetooth devices within proximity.

Bluetooth on device is off, or speaker is not in “discoverable” mode

Turn on bluetooth in Settings on device. Hold down bluetooth button on speaker to ensure that the speaker is in the “discoverable” mode.

Device is not charged fully

Charge device to at least 50%. Attempt to connect again.

Devices are not compatible

Ensure device is attempting to connect to speaker bluetooth. Read user manual or call speaker manufacturer to confirm that device and speaker are designed to be compatible.

Bluetooth module is damaged

Verify visible damage to bluetooth module or motherboard. See repair guide for replacement.

Speaker will not turn on

When pressing the power button, speaker does not turn on

Power cord is not fully plugged into to speaker and/or power outlet

Verify power cord is fully plugged in to speaker power port and power outlet.

Power cord is broken or damaged

Replace power cord.

Power button is broken

See repair guide for replacement.

Volume control is not working

When trying to change the volume, the speaker doesn’t respond

Connected device volume is low or muted

Turn up volume on connected device.

Volume buttons are broken or damaged

See repair guide for replacement.

Speaker is on and connected to bluetooth, but there is no audio

There is no audio but the speaker is on and connected

Connected device and/or speaker volume are low or muted

Turn up volume on both devices

Wires connecting motherboard to internal speakers are broken or damaged

See repair guide for wire replacement.

Internal speakers are broken or damaged

See repair guide for replacement

Devices are not compatible

Ensure device is attempting to connect to speaker bluetooth. Read user manual or call speaker manufacturer to confirm that device and speaker are designed to be compatible.

Speaker is on and plugged into USB or AUX, but there is no audio

After plugging in USB or AUX cord to device and speaker, there is still no audio

Cord is not plugged in to speaker and/or device.

Verify cord is fully plugged in to USB or AUX port and device.

USB or AUX cord is broken or damaged

Replace cord.

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