Question about Philips SA4020 MP3 Player
Seems as if your switch inside the mp3 player has either broken or slipped out of place. They use little plastics to control circuitry hits on the boards. There is a little rubber piece between it, but that's just for protection purposes. To protect the board of course. You can try to disassemble it. I wouldn't recommend it. (the boards and pieces in these devices are very small) Best bet would be a repair shop. Definitely a problem with the relay for sound increasing on the motherboard for the product.
Posted on May 19, 2009
I think your volume switch has been damaged...Get an electrician to repair it or else open it up and raise the volume contacts with a screw driver
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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