Question about RCA Lyra RD2780 Digital Media Player
I have owned one of thesewith a similar problem. it would only increase in volume. i also had a tough time getting the cover off. i ended up slightly bending the tabs that help hold the case together. if you take off all the case screws, the case will come apart starting with the top or bottom that has the screws(it's been some time). then look at the volume microswitches. one has been broken off the motherboard. re-heat the solder and squeeze back in place and re-solder carefully. re-assemble and it should work fine. re-assembly is more challanging than getting apart. have fun.
Posted on May 28, 2008
Well so far I have gotten the case off of this. It is very similar to the 2825A case, only much easier to come off. Once you remove all the screws you can move the case a little and see the tabs you need to push in in order to get the case all the way off. Unfortunately, the volume button actually consists of two buttons. The increase button will be facing you when you get the case off. Anything from a faulty connection needing to be soldered to the main board to a broken plastic part, like the green plastic inside, or even a faulty button piece can be your problems. Depending on what it is and the degree of difficulty it is to get to it, you can decide what to do with your player next.
Posted on Apr 19, 2007
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