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I turned the volume up the other day and it got stuck, it kept getting louder and louder. I turned it off, but now I can only use the CD player. I can't change the volume on the CD player. I also can't use anything on the radio like change the clock or use the radio.

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You need to free the stuck switch. As long as it is jammed, it is going to send a signal to the microprocessor. The microprocessor can only handle one command at a time, so while the volume up switch is sending a signal to it, it will do nothing else.

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as it now cant kep the memory settings for as long as it used to...
I dont know the actual electronic configuration of your particular system but this would be the first item to replace..

Its only a few dollars in cost to have done.

cheers from YUBEUT.

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