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Re: volume control inoperable
Spray some tuner cleaner in the volume and rf gain pots and work them back and forth. Have you tried an external speaker to see if stock speaker is blown? Also improperly installed talk back can cause this
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Katrina, this sounds like a dirty potentiometer (volume control knob). Try turning the unit off, and exercising the knob. That means turn it full turns, many times, like 70 times. Then try it again with power. Sometimes this helps.
Sorry. I haven't looked this model up, but I have your answer. I'm going to assume this unit is less than 10 to 15 years old. They no longer use, the type of volume control you think of. You can proof this out, by turned the knob left or right. It should probably have no stops, as you remember. That's because this is not a volume control, as in variable resistor. It is called a Rotary Encoder. It is basically two switches that are pushed when you turn the control to the left or right. This creates pulses(actually a high or a low) which go into the display microprocessor(one of the computers inside your unit). When the microprocessor control receiver this input, it controls another IC, called an Electronic Volume Control.
Sorry for the lengthy explanation. The issue lies with the Rotary Control. This is not an uncommon issue for any of the manufactures. This is not a DIY repair. It will require a professional Audio tech. If you need more assistance, or would like to inquire about a repair, please visit my website at audioserviceclinic.com. Thank you.
I would suggest your crossover unit has failed in the speaker cabinet. The crossover circuit board separates the low and high frequency content of your stereos audio signal. The low frequencies go to the bass unit (woofer) and the high frequencies go to the tweeter speaker. If the capacitor on the crossover goes open or near open circuit then noise is introduced into the sound system. Replace either the capacitor or crossover unit.
I have a question. I own a 1997 Toyota Camry. the on off controls for the stereo is really messed up. It is really loose to. But you can be driving down the road and it will go from low volumn to high volume. If I hit a bump or turn a corner it will either get louder or softer. What can be done.
It could be a safety protection meaning you could have a shorted speaker check all speakers and wiring, or it could be a defective volume control, try cleaning the volume with a contact cleaner spray you can find at any good electronic store (you normally have to open the radio to reach the POTENTIOMETER/VOLUME) to be able to spray inside it, than alternate (high/low) the control repetively to move/clean the volume's circuitry
gas regulator make sure all burners are off when you connect bottle... the units have a leak sensor and will stop the gas coming out because it thinks you have a leak when you connected the bottle. now try hooking up the bottle again with all the burners closed incl. the side burner and the infa red. It will work o.k. then
THe problem is with the variable resistor present behind your volume control knob, try replacing the volume controls variable resistor, this must work fine... this is a common prblem for all the music equipment that has knob control for the volume....
This resistor can be replaced with your product warranty, contact your seller for the details regarding warranty...No need to woory about this, this is a sommon problem for most of recievers
Had the same problem. I had to replace the volume contol. It was inside the receiver behind the knob. It has a part# on it. Mine was part# AWX7386 (control assembly) from Pioneer.com. If you can figure out how to open the case than you can change this piece. Good luck
This may sound stupid but try this turn the volume knob to high and low continously for a few seconds sometimes the contacts become dirty and just a little movement back and forth quickly repairs it. I said SOMETIMES.