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Speakers raise and lower volume on their own?

Why would the volume on my system raise and lower on its own. I set the volume and sometimes i hear it move louder and softer on its own. Is there a solution?

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  • Anonymous May 21, 2008

    I have the same problem. Its the screw in the volume control wheel. I have to open it and tighten. It fixes the problem for about a week, then it loosens up again creating that annoying HI/Lo volume problem people are having.

  • Anonymous Mar 28, 2014

    remote raises and lowers volume very slowly when pressed

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Creative labs just told me that the product has reached end of life. When asked to further explain what that means the rep told me there is no support, there are no options, no parts available and that i need to just except the fact my product is dead and buy a new set of speakers. There is no chance i would give another dime to this company after the way I was treated. BEWARE!

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Hello there!
First Things First:
1) This kind of speakers, has this problems, Creative is aware of this, read the Forums on their website. www.creative.com
2) It is a problem inside, resistor for volume control.heat.
3) There is no fix, for this, but, RMS to Creative for replacement Vol control.
4) if you know a tech in your area, may be he can replace the resistor.
Good Luck

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