The volume knob it´s not working after a blunt object hit the case,it got sunk into the case and it also spins,but it is not working.
Maybe it just need to be resoldered but I don´t know how to de-assembly the case.
My first sons rio c2100 did the same thing . I needed to return it in the mail for the warranty exchange for a refurbished one.Is your warranty still in ? I hope so . If not , they will tell you to buy a referbished one for 99.00 .CRAZY !!! I had bought 2 (for my 2 sons). Now, my second son's power button won't work. The button is really loose and wiggley. He dropped it from only 4 inches onto a carpeted floor .I cannot find anyone to fix this for me . The design on these are absolutely stupid. Do you have any suggestions for me??
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spray 90% rubbing alcohol from a spray bottle into the volume button area push the button reapeatedly or, turn the knob back and forth then: let it dry for about an hour then try to use it the control should be clean and working again.
i have the same exact problem. the volume down button works ok. the volume up button seems to do any of a number of different functions other than turning the volume up again. it has just gotten worse and worse. christ damn i hope someone can figure out a fix.
First the mp3 player has the volume dial turn that up all the way
Second there is a volume knob on the dewalt radio it is the black knob on top of radio on the right.
If those two knobs are unsuccessful make sure radio is on AUX there is a button on front right above the two arrows on front of the radio push that button until it says AUX that might be the reason your not getting sound
After a while, some control buttons loose their spring. So when you press say, the volume or off/on, it may not spring back out and stick. If this is due to dirt, get a can of 'Dust Off' or similar and blow the compressed air around the switches, this may loosen it up. If this doesn't work, you'll have to open the unit and check the status of the switch. This is an advance repair skill, so before we go there, try the simple fix above. BTW, I had the same problem with the On/Off switch.
Try this: disconnect the player from the computer, turn it off,hold in the volume + button, and reconnect the player to the computer while holding the volume + button in. Keep holding the volume + button for an additional 5-50 seconds. Windows should eventually go into recovery mode and revive the player- it will pop up a window that says Found New Hardware Wizard.