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Button problems with RCA Mp3 Player

I Typically enjoy what this Mp3 Player has to offer, however, the last 2 RCA TH1101 Mp3 players have had buttons break within 5 days of purchase. It is the same buttons too. The sound Increase button is always the first to break, when the button is pressed there is no resistance from below, and the button does not click. In one instance, the sound will increase without the button being touched. I have taken the button off the first RCA pearl and the inner buttons (Not a technitian) are stuck, and wont pop back off when pressed. If there are any people who know of a way to repair the button without causing permanent damage to the player, please help me out.

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There is no "safe" way to repair this problem. You could apply a dab of electrician's glue to the underside of the button and place it back in place, and see if the button's function, but there is no guarantee that the glue will not intefere with the player's proper functioning. Get a replacement, and don't press the buttons so hard next time. :-)

-Tha Mp3 Doctor

Posted on May 24, 2008

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