Question about Gateway Cambridge SoundWorks GCS 300 PC Multimedia Speakers
Without seeing them in person, I would say that the wire connection on the back of the switch is loose. When you hold it down, it makes a connection. When you let it go, it cannot hold the connection and the power turns off.
It should be an easy fix with a soldier gun, if you want to take the speakers apart and check the back of the switch?
The flip side is that speakers do not cost much now and it might not be worth the hassle to try and repair them when you could buy another for a few bucks.
Sorry I could not help more.
Posted on Nov 10, 2010
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