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Problem with voume

When pressing the volume button, there are only 3 extremely different levels rather than a gradual increase. Is there a reset button or known fix?

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Re: Problem with voume

Do you mean that by pressing the volume button it changes the volume to one of these 'extreme' levels only? In either case it sounds like a hardware problem as in probably not DIY. Sorry.

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