Question about Teac Audio Players & Recorders
With this problem I took off the protective cover off of the receiver and used compressed air to clean out the receiver. I then located the electrical board that was connected to the remote sensor. I noticed that there were three groups of wiress coming from the front of the electrical board. I twisted those wires around and noticed that a very small part of one of those wires were exposed and touching the board itself. I placed electrical tape around the exposed wire and tested the volume again and problem was solved! now I can use my remove with no problems!
Posted on Jan 04, 2009
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