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My volume button on the side of my device does not work. A piece from inside the device has fallen off and it will not go back on. I do not have a warranty but is there some where I can take my device to get it fixed or is there a way that I can fix it?

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I'm having the same problem... did you figure it out? Volume Down works, but Volume UP does not. As a result, volume is now all the way down, and I can't turn it back up.

Posted on Sep 23, 2010

  • m_rocco Feb 09, 2011

    I found out that you have to send it to Sirius for repairs. I am just gonna wait till I find a used one on Ebay for $60 or $70 bucks. It will be much cheaper!

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