Question about Panasonic Audio Players & Recorders
A couple of days ago, my old and up-to-now trusty Panasonic RC-X210A radio began to act up: the sound goes out and then comes back on in a few seconds or minutes.
What could be the problem, and would it be easy/inexpensive to fix?
The problem might be in the switches or volume knob due to oxidation on the contacts. Try unplugging the unit, then flick the switches (especially the power or AM/FM switch) into all their positions 8 to 10 times applying slight pressure downward on the switch. That should "clean" the contacts off. Do the same on the volume knob by giving it 8 to 10 FULL rotations from minimum to maximum. May have to repeat that a few times a year.
Posted on Feb 13, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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