The volume knob it´s not working after a blunt object hit the case,it got sunk into the case and it also spins,but it is not working.
Maybe it just need to be resoldered but I don´t know how to de-assembly the case.
My first sons rio c2100 did the same thing . I needed to return it in the mail for the warranty exchange for a refurbished one.Is your warranty still in ? I hope so . If not , they will tell you to buy a referbished one for 99.00 .CRAZY !!! I had bought 2 (for my 2 sons). Now, my second son's power button won't work. The button is really loose and wiggley. He dropped it from only 4 inches onto a carpeted floor .I cannot find anyone to fix this for me . The design on these are absolutely stupid. Do you have any suggestions for me??
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Possible that there is fault in the preamp analogue/logic control. When you touch the volume control knob the static from you partially injects the circuit to work and thereby conduct to produce the volume. The volume controller is an analogue rheostat coupled to a circuit that can be the suspect , it can even be a fault- open circuit- of the controller. You can remove the top cover after disconnecting the power supply and check behind the volume knob for the circuit. If you are able to test this circuit , it will confirm the case.
First solution would be to try and use the remote. If the remote is able to, the problem is in the knob. If the remote does not work, the problem resides in the volume board.
The problem resides in the circuitry that the knob is controlling. Unfortunately this knob has a full range of motion, which means that it is simply controlling a computer chip within the unit. (i have an 1801 as well). What has happened is that some component on the volume board has gone bad, which is resulting in your non functioning volume knob.
Unfortunately this is usually a job for a professional.
If you have standard electronics skills (soldering / disassemble / reassemble), you can open the case and find where the volume knob leads to. There should be a smaller board, and see if you can access it. Usually they are rather hard to get to, or to get free to actually see what is going on. The best solution would be to find a parts receiver, and swap boards. This shotgun approach changes everything. Otherwise, look for any damaged components on the board. Swap out any components that are damaged, or appear damaged with comparable replacements.
First lid must be down before washer start spinning. Remove any obstructions in drain hose and or straighten drain hose to remove kinks. Lid or other object hit timer knob and turned the washer off - Make sure the Timer knob is pulled out. If the lid was opened with too much force when adding clothes, it may have hit the timer knob, pushing the knob in.
If a laundry basket or other object hit the Timer knob, the Timer knob may have been pushed in shutting the washer off. Washer lid is not locked (Not on All Washers) - The lid must be closed and locked for the washer to operate. Once the lid is closed, make sure the desired cycle is still selected and then press the Start button and listen for the lid to lock. Make sure there are no loose metal objects such as coins and paper clips in the lid opening area. Metal objects can prevent magnetic switches from reacting correctly when the lid is closed.
If the washer has not drained, it will not go into spin. Use a flashlight to inspect the holes in tub for foreign objects like screws, nails, bra wires, etc. and remove if present.
Either the control is damaged (happens if they get hit) or it is possible the circuit board it is mounted on has broken solder OR worse, a crack near the control. The unit will require servicing. Parts are readily available.
This problem is more than likely to be caused by damage to the wire going to the secondary speaker. For example if the speakers have been moved around alot, the wiring can get twisted and cause a break internally. Therefore causing a short. This may not be the case with your problem but I hope it helps
That is a dirty pot switch.. The volume adjusting pot gets dirty.. Two things to try..
1.) With the unit off - spinn the volume min to max many many times at a rapid pace.. This sometimes will displace the debris in the pot..
If that does not work --
2.) Get some "tuner cleaner" in a spray can.. At Radio Shack or a similar store.. Lay the radio on its back so the volume knob is facing up.. Pull the knob off carefully.. Use short controlled bursts of the spray.. A few sprays and spin the knob min to max several times and repeat..
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you need to put the headunit in to STANDBY MODE then press he little DISP button to the bottom left of the volume knob. press it for a few seconds. then it will bring up a menu. hit the volume knob down a few times til you see clock set. then PRESS AND HOLD THE VOLUME KNOB IN THE CENTER then it will blink. press the volume knob up or down for hour i believe and left and right for minutes. Once thats done hit the src button again and its done!
Press and hold the volume knob until the display shows clock adjust.
use the forward and rewind serch buttons (the small arrow buttons next to the volume nob) to switch hour and minute.
use the volume knob to adjust the time. When done press the volume knob to return to normal operation.