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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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    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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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

Posted on Mar 07, 2008

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