Question about Creative Labs I-Trigue L3500 Computer Speakers
Either the potentiometer which sits behind the user knob has got a broken track or it is full of debris
You can buy a tin of Servisol switch cleaner (or similar, make sure it has a lubricant in it and that propellant does not harm plastics) take off the knob and give it a good squirt where the spindle of the potentiometer enters the cabinet
Give the spindle a few full rotations and another dose of cleaner , then give it a try
It is best if you take a cover off and apply the cleaner direct to the potentiometer
Posted on Jul 01, 2009
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