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After several days of looking, i found the files to perform this instructable.The provided link is BROKEN.ArduinoInfraredCloner.zipGreetings
After a LOT of looking, finally found the code. The link provided here is broken.ArduinoInfraredCloner.zipGreetings.
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Its cool but I don't exactly have these tools laying around my house. Not exactly your every day run of the mill house tools.
Thank you for the information. I was able to replace my aux input without much effort, but now I have a different issue. Originally, I had to replace the input because the tip of an aux plug was broken off inside the input. I was able to remove it but once done the sound was very low and only certain speakers worked. So I purchased the new aux input online and replace it. The issue now is that the stereo does not recognize anything being plugged into the jack. The stereo says "No AUX Input". After this happened I pulled the stereo again and re-soldered the 7 connections to ensure that none were touching each other but this still didn't work. I also made sure that I used the correct type of solder. All other features on the stereo seem to work fine so I doubt the board is damaged. That leaves me thinking that either the new aux jack is defective, or it was damaged due to some of the new solder joints touching after my first attempt. Any idea what could cause this or any suggestions where to go from here?
Is this process any different for a stereo with a 6 CD changer?
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