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It still sounds like a bad soldering joint or connection somewhere!
You may have to resolder all the joints just to find it. Also look at the PC board for hairline cracks in the tracks. You might need a magnifying glass for this. The only other thing I can think of is you might be acting as an earth link when you press on it.
Posted on May 06, 2010
Testimonial: "Thanks a lot for your time and expertise! I've re-soldered many of the joints, but will follow your advice and check everything else out with a good magnifier. I was also thinking it could be a grounding problem. With the same problem happening with more than one unit, I was hoping that maybe it was a common problem that was known with this particular cabinet. Again, thanks for your time! Gene "
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