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All the buttons in front not functioning, only volume control is responding but there is no sound, replaced the amplifier ic

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  • jai_gra Jan 18, 2009

    The volume control on my docking station is not working properly too. It tends to go soft or loud on its own. Most of the time it goes low when I try to adjust the volume and stays low. Sometimes when I turn it own it only plays at the lowest volume and wont change when I try to adjust it to play louder. At times it does play normally allowing for volume control (this always happens when I'm trying to demonstrate the problem to a technician!) What could the problem be? and more importantly can it be fixed?

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There are a number of reasons for this type of behavior, but the resolutions depend upon the make and model of the unit involved. Can you please suplpy that info as well as the IC that was changed and I should be able to help.

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Dan

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