Hi. I would like to ask for your opinion as I have had a problem with my “OP-1” for some time. Namely, the device turns off when I need to use one of the connectors (Line-In, headphone jack, microUSB port) or when I lightly touch the switch.
I read the forum posts and I know there are problems with that. Opinions on the forum show that the problem is too tight fitting of the “connector plate” and the pressure on the “power switch”. It’s also recommended to spray the switch with switch spray, but I don’t think that’s the best idea.
I decided to unfold the “OP-1” and take a look at it. My diagnosis shows that the problem is the opposite. The plastic dummy switch presses too much on the switch and each touch of the elements on the “Connector Board” disconnects the power supply of the device. And the exact problem is probably some rubber (gasket) embedded inside the switch dummy.
The plastic dummy switch has been temporarily removed and the problem has been resolved.
Has anyone stripped down his OP-1 and can comment on it?
Is it similar in your “OP-1”?
Glue, eraser, gasket (…)
It probably makes everything fit very accurately, but as you can see, it causes a problem!
Can I remove this gasket from the switch dummy?
I attach photos.