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Casio ctk 810 keyboards volume control problem

Out of 7 Casio ctk 810 keyboards we bought earlier this year and used in a school keyboard lab, 4 have got stuck on various volume levels from zero to full volume? the Yamahas we use are fine.Any ideas?
PJ

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    i have the same problem. The volume got stuck and no matter the volume knob is at zero or full i hear only mild sound from the keyboard. Any help is appreciated

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Yes spray some contact cleaner into the switch while unit is off. move it back and forth spray a little move. dp this a few times. this will clean it up and it should work better. Get this stuff a Radio Shack. $8.00 a can. I use this stuff on all kinds of electronic;s. Like a stiskiy keyboard button, so forth.
Good luck DFD

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