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Boka SW-2000 I have a Boka SW-2000. And am having a problem with static when I turn the volume or bass dial. I have a replacement fuse but do not know how to replace it. I tried to get a screwdriver to remove the screws in the back of it but the screws are out of reach of a normal screwdriver. First will replacing the fuse fix the problem with the subwoofer? And can i get an extra long screwdriver anywhere?

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I dont believe it is the fuse. It sounds more to be dirty contacts on the volume base controls. You can try pressing slightly and turning rapidly to try to scrape the contacts clean. Also you can find long drivers at a hardware store or a electrical store such as radioshack. You may also find them other places like walmart or even some dollar stores.

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The fuse will probably not fix the static when you adjust the volume. That is typically a problem with the actual variable resistor or potentiometer and is probably beyond the ability to replace of the typical user. It would require the ability to remove the old one and solder in a new one.

Posted on Feb 11, 2008

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