Question about GPX BCDW9815CNP Radio/CD Boombox
There is probably a loose connection inside the case, either to the switch or the power supply. Whats happening is you bang it just right and the vibration causes the wire to touch a contact. Then when it heats up a little from use it seperates again and turns off. A screwdriver and some solder will probably fix it, if you can find the loose wire (and where it goes!!!)
Posted on Jul 15, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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