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Sunken Volume 'stick'

The 'stick' that protrudes out has fallen inside the hole. Basically I can't adjust the volume. tried to pick it out again but that didn't work. so do i just have to bring it in to a repair shop? or is there something i can do? thanks.

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Re: Sunken Volume 'stick'

*** the 22 screws are - -6 x 2, each end (handle/sub cover, allenkeys) -6, on the back (marked with small arrows) -4, underneath (marked with small arrows on the back) ***

Posted on Jun 25, 2007

Re: Sunken Volume 'stick'

You have to take out about 22 screws/allenkeys, take off the end handle/sub covers, and split the JVC in half. be careful no to pull any internal wires. the volume stick will then just push through. and you'll need a 10mm nut to fix it in place, or the nut that came off of it. i fixed mine the other day hope this helps

Posted on Jun 25, 2007

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