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Static from left speaker when adjusting volume control

I get a lot of static from my left speaker when I adjust the volume control. Any idea sas to what could be causing this?
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  • Carina2 Dec 26, 2007

    Thanks! I'll give it a try:-)

  • mcmontgom Sep 01, 2008

    i have a infinity entra 150 watt sub when you adjust the volume on the back there is dead spots between 5-7 on the knob . i thought it might be dust in the control. it works on other levels. not sure what to do.

  • zplotz1328 Feb 07, 2009

    The left speaker goes on and off, i think it could be the wire because when i turn the wire it sometimes stays on but now it really just doesnt work

  • funraizer Mar 30, 2009

    i have the same problem but the left speaker is now completely dead. i opened the speaker, removed the board with the pots and input on it and brought it to my local electronics shop to get a replacement pot. they couldnt identify a replacement part because the 'a103' stamped on it giives no indication of the kind of pot it is. im currently looking for a schematic for the speaker. downloading the manual from numark site at the min. if anoyone has one or could give me a part number it would be much appreciated.... cheers.... Rob :)

  • Anonymous Mar 17, 2014

    Damage volume control for the speaker on the left side.

  • Anonymous Mar 17, 2014

    no sound on the left speaker control

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You might try replacing the connection cables. Old cables can cause the problem you have experienced.

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Hello Carina2,

Given the description of your problem, the volume control potentiometer needs cleaning or replacing. It should be a fairly easy operation for a technically inclined person to give it a good cleaning. Let me know if this helps.

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