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I cant turn up the vol. on my MP3 player

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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

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    Joe Holmes May 22, 2009

    You could do that too lol. I just like to be safe

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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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