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I do not have any volumn control

I moved a week ago everything was fine set it up and no volumn control i can not raise the volumn from the speakers

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Open the speaker where the volume control is located then check it if there are lose connections. You can also clean the variable resistor or the volume control with a contact cleaner solution or oil... ^_^

Posted on Jan 19, 2008

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