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Bose Companion 2 speaker has crackly volume control - simple job to clean if I could get the unit apart!!! Any advice would be appreciated, thanks.

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The problem with the crackly sound is caused by dust or dirt in the Reostat that controls the volume. it needs to be cleaned, there are a couple of different types of Cleaners that you can use. Just be sure its safe for the application. (of course the cleaner part is common sense)

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