Question about Audio Players & Recorders
This is a common problem where the potentiometers in electronic equipment gets guncked up over time. If you are confident with your DIY skills, you need unplug the receiver and remove the cover. This may or may not be the tricky part. Some receivers are very densely populated and it is hard to get to the components. That being said, you need to find back of the volume potentiometer and spray some contact cleaner inside of it. Then work the pot back and forth several times and that should free it up. This should also take care of the touchiness. You can find contact cleaner at Radioshack or maybe even Walmart.
Posted on Mar 13, 2011
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