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Fuzzy sound how do I open my C-15 up to clean it and to check connections? The speakers sound fuzzy for the first ten minutes when it's turned on but afterwards they're just fine.

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I have the same issue its nothing bad, if you're using onboard audio, you might consider buying a PCI soundcard.
there not that expensive :]

if its extremly annoying the only solution i know off is the one above most the time its normal to hear a fuzz, especaily when the volume is up.

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