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Repair I spilt some contact lens solution over my iriver and it has gone crazy! When I turn it on it automatically puts the volume to maximum and I can't control it. The selection highlighter moves up and down the options continuously and then I am unable to turn it off. I have tried resetting it several times but nothing seems to be working, except letting the battery run down. I have had it for nearly two years and was wondering where I could get it repaired?

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Avsense at 4038clipper ct in freemont ca 94538 there info is on the iriver website they are very good and fix them pretty fast i just had mine there and am very happy with there work!!!!

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Its probably not worth repair as damage has already been done. You should have the owners or operators manual and that should have if case of trouble section to guide ya to the right place for repair. Now if you want get a full can of a spray called tuno wash with no lubercant in it. First off make sure its not gonna harm the palstic case by spraying a little on the back cover and let it stay there to see if any mis shapeing or melting occurs. Next if you can take off the back of the player and with the batteries out start spraying out the unit till you think you have saturateded the whole unit. Put it aside for an hour or so shaking out any excess liquid. Now put back the batteries and see what happens??? If it cleaned out the corrosion then good . If it didnt change anything or dosent work at all then your no worse off. Really when you first know that you spilt anything no matter how much water or liquid inside anything electronic, right away take out the batteries or unplug unit, and let it dry out of a day or so. Good Luck

Posted on May 21, 2006

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