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Volume automatically lowers to 0

Volume automatically drops to 0. Front control buttons will raise volume but then it drops again. The red "eye" on the front is constantly blinking, like it's getting a signal from another source. I have removed all other sources from room and the issue still persists.

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If you can get at the controls again----undo or unsolder the micro switch for volume down! Remove it and see if set works.

A no brainer in that if that switch is bad and vol down still displays nothing else would work

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