Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Massive sudden increase in volume 15 to 30! Can this be a remote device being used by a neighbour? Can't think of anything else! Using a "surge protector" bought in Fuerteventura, but don't know what else to do. Can't ask neighbours to stop using their own devices, and anyway Spanish is not good enough to explain problem. Has anyone else had similiar problems?Will be devastated if we can't play our music!
Hope somebody out there can help!
Regards from music lovers firstname.lastname@example.org
It is more likely your remote has a stuck button. If your device is not UHF, then your neighbors remote will not affect you.
I would check your remote first. Remove the batteries on your remote, and see if that fixes it. Then put the batteries back in, and see if your units volume goes up again.
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