Question about Nakamichi AV-10 Receiver
The contacts in the switch are probably oxidized or warn out. More than likely it is oxidized.
You can get some switch and control cleaner from most any electronics poarts supplier.
You have to open the reciever to get access to the noisy switch. You would then spray a little of this cleaner in to the switch. Then work the switch back and forth rapidly to clean it.
If this does not work, then the switch would have to be changed.
If you don't feel confortable to do this procedure, you can bring the receiver to a service shop. They would be doing this type of service routinely.
Posted on Apr 23, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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