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I have jbl eon15 g2 which recently started to crackle when adjusting the levels. Recently that noise stopped, but when I raised it to high level (not out ordinary for the last 7 years) the sound cut out! I immediately pulled the cord from input 3 and plugged into input 2. It worked for a few seconds, then did it again. I pulled it from 2, put it back in 3 and so the cycle repeated it self. My guess is that it made no difference which one it went into, rather whatever heated up, seemed to have reset itself. I have some knowledge of electronics and can to some testing and soldering. Any ideas of what causes this?

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Open up the unit and clean the gain/volume control using an electronic swithc cleaner spray. Make sure that the cleaner contains a lubricant as well. That should resolve the problem. If not, update this with any changes in behavior.

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Its shorting out on you i did more research on this inside there is a chipboard now there is a fault inside and you need to take it in for test so they can find exactly whats shorting it out

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