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Hi, I have a new Mitsubishi car radio cassette unit MZ311762 (MEX710RDS) which I propose to use as a replacement in the sound system of an Audio Visual projector. I have connected it up to a 12 volt battery and speakers. The unit plays audio cassettes perfectly but at relatively low volume. The volume control/fader (of the 'click' variety) makes no difference when rotated. Can you advise please? Thanks. Graham Sergeant

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There is an outside chance your tape cassett has a static charge. Tape in plastic case of cassette can build up significant electrical static which can partially discharge as tape is run. It can sound like random thumps, ticks, pops ect. Wrap cassette in a damp (not dripping wet) cloth, for several hours, then try again. This can also happen to the reels and drive rollers of the deck

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Yeah, rewire that.

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