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Volume's too loud!

I have had my rca RS2052 with RD2052 mp3 player for quite a few years. After the warrenty expired, the volume descending button broke. I am unable to turn down the volume. I have attempted to take the mp3 player apart to fix this, but am only able to lift one side up.

Any suggestions to either removing the back peace and/or fixing the volume button?

ronnie

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It is an easy fix. On the right side of your opal there is a hold switch make sure it is down. If it is up it shutdowns you player.

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I have same one and I had same prob till I realized u gotta hold on button down for 5 secs to turn on. Just like when u turn on cell fone. I havent had prob since.

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