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There is dirt or corrosion on the track of the potentiometer for the sound

One test is to rapidly turn it full on and off about a dozen times (with the unit powered down ).

If there is anything on the track that sometimes shifts it or polishes the track clean

Proper fix is to get a tin of switch cleaner with a lubricant in it such from Tandy or Maplins take off the knob and spray a good dose down between the shaft and the retaining nut.

Give the knob a few good full rotations and check it out

If that does not work you need to remove the covers to get access to the potentiometer to get some cleaner inside it

Posted on Jun 27, 2009

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SOURCE: The right speaker is suddenly making "cracking" or

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Exchange the wires/plugs of the left and right speakers so we can know of it is the speaker or the wire that is faulty.


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