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Ups and Downs with Logitech

Hello I had these speakers for awhile(z-340) and they work well on low Volume but once I turn them up the music cuts in and out. Also there is a buzzing as well. I have a newer Logitech speaker that is doing great. What can I do to repair the volume switch?

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Re: Ups and Downs with Logitech

Yeah repair the volume switch, open the speaker carefully and pump out the lead which connected the switch and the board..

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