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Sony GX900ES speaker wires were crossed. Display screen does not come on or plays music. Buttons however do light up when pushed ie. mute, low boost, tape, direct pass, volume light (flickers) when turning

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get a strong flashlight and take the lid off. airdust it and begin searching for fuses. theres ususally three to five. You might have a difficult time finding replacements you may have to order them or old automotive glass fuses are close 3a but not recommended. Thrift storesusually will have these for like 19.95 get one and salvage parts also

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SOURCE: disabling the mute in the music player

sometimes a gadget just gets confused and restoring factory settings can fix that problem. Go to menu-tools-settings-general-factory settings the phone asks Restor original settings phone will restart press yes it asks for security code. The default code for nokia is 12345. If this doesnt work enter this code *#7370# and the phone will reset. You then set it up as new

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SOURCE: speakers playing low

open the disc tray and press setup and the speaker volume option will activate and also turn off the night mode for louder sound

Posted on Apr 22, 2008

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SOURCE: CD player that doesn't play

I had the same problem.
I cut the orange wire which went into the black connecter block
and WOW I had sound...
brilliant
thanks a lot
Andy - North Yorkshire, England

Posted on Feb 24, 2009

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SOURCE: Samsung G600 Volume Problems

look this vid

Posted on Apr 12, 2009

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SOURCE: Low volume on creature speakers

Your speaker volume must have reset. You have to touch the dots on the right speaker to turn up the volume to desired volume. I just remembered that on my system. Hope this helps.

Posted on Jul 02, 2009

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