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The volume goes to zero as soon as i try to turn it up

Hi guys i have a vdo cd 711 sn.vd717112348643. after market cd player in my car , after rebuilding the motor of the car have reconected battery to find that the cd player does everything normal accept when i try to increase the volume it instantly drops to nothing, i can turn it down ok but not up can anyone help ?

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Re: The volume goes to zero as soon as i try to turn it...

Your Amp. chip has gone bad or the volume control knob has.

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