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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?

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SOURCE: Volume goes up on its own and stays up.

Aren you sure that the volume up button is not stuck in . It should feel just like the rest of them A little click? It could still be shorted,or the capacitor across the switch could be defective. If all this seems good then the eeprom, or the microprocessor,or the line or trace going to the volum button could be shorted. This is not a repair you should attempt unless your a tech. Now the button thong can be looked at after the set is unpluged and the back is off, gently slide out the chassis toward the rear of the set just a little and slide it back to see if the button is released. if that dosent help then you will need to take the set to The repair center. Good Luck

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SOURCE: rca opal mp3 player

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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SOURCE: RCA P52927 volumn control

The buttons on control panel are there for convince not for everyday use. Use remote, your control panel is bad.

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look on back or sides their might be a lock button on it and it might be locked soyou cant use it

Posted on Dec 16, 2008

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SOURCE: rca lyra rd1076a mp3 player

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.

Posted on Jan 11, 2009

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