The 'stick' that protrudes out has fallen inside the hole. Basically I can't adjust the volume. tried to pick it out again but that didn't work. so do i just have to bring it in to a repair shop? or is there something i can do? thanks.
You have to take out about 22 screws/allenkeys, take off the end handle/sub covers, and split the JVC in half. be careful no to pull any internal wires. the volume stick will then just push through. and you'll need a 10mm nut to fix it in place, or the nut that came off of it.
i fixed mine the other day
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Look on the side or top of your tablet. There should be a really, really, tiny hole that you can stick a paper clip (unbent) into. Stick the end of the paper clip inside until the tablet powers off.
Press your volume button (down), then begin to press the power button as you are still holding the volume button. A screen should appear that will give you the option of "clearing data/factory reset". Use the volume button (up) to navigate through the choices.
1) Turn your speakers off. 2) While blowing a can of compressed air into the switch, twist the knob up and down a bunch of times. 3) Repeat step 2 for roughly 10 minutes, blowing the dust out of the volume controller.
Adjusting the volume on an HP Officejet All-in-One Follow these steps to adjust the volume of the various fax sounds. Adjust the rings and beep volume 1.Press the Setup button P(wrench). 2.Press the arrow buttons (Left and right) to select Basic Fax Setup , and then press OK . 3.Press the arrow buttons (Left and right) to select Rings and Beep Volume , and then press OK . 4.Press the arrow buttons (Left and right) to adjust the volume, and then press OK . Adjust the phone line and monitor volume 1.Press the Setup button (wrench). 2.Press the arrow buttons (Left and right ) to select Basic Fax Setup , and then press OK . 3.Press the arrow buttons (Left and right ) to select Phone Line, Monitor Volume , and then press OK . 4.Press the arrow buttons (Left and right ) to adjust the volume, and then press OK . Adjust the handset volume When you receive a call, pick up the handset of the product, and then press the arrow buttons (Left and right ) to adjust the handset volume.
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Feedback is caused when a microphone's volume is returned out of the speakers, and then picked up again by the microphone causing a loop. The sound is amplified, picked up by the mic ,and then reamplified causing the feedback. The first step is to make sure you are an adequate distance from the speakers. Also make sure the speakers are not behind you, but in front of you again allowing more distance and keeping the feedback down. The most logical thing is turn the mic down to a lower level. Countrymans are very sensitive so adjusting the volume in small amounts will work too. If all else fails, you may need to add an equalizer to your system if you do not have one. This will allow you to adjust out the frequencies that ring the most. The more sliders on an equalizer, the more adjustment you have. If you do have one already ,start from flat (all sliders straight across in the middle) and gradually inch up each slider individually until you hear the feedback ringing in the frequency it did before. You then slide the slider down below the middle to give you more volume before feedback. Don't go crazy here, and adjust only a few sliders down as needed. You will start losing overall volume in your sound system if too many are adjusted down. Good Luck
For the Drive channel you need to use the Drive control AND the MASTER volume control. When the Drive channel is active, the Channel Indicator lamp should be RED indicating the Drive Channel is active. The Drive control knob is used to adjust the preamp volume and distortion level of the Drive Channel. This gives you a clue as to what to check if adjusting the controls doesn't work -- the preamp tubes. Having said that, ONLY try to check these tubes with the amp OFF! Never stick your hand up into the chassis of a live amp. It could be lethal. Your preamp tubes are the ones farthest from where the power cord enters the chassis. They have a rubber like stabilizer on them. They have a tendency to wiggle loose, which is part of the reason for the stabilizer. Again, if you're not familiar with the insides...stay out and get an amp tech to help you.
The Normal Channel only uses the Volume Control to adjust volume.
The rubber volume button on the outside of the phone adjusts both the ringer volume and the call volume, which is how loud a caller sounds when on a call. If you are not on a call, the volume button will adjust the ringer volume. To adjust the volume of a caller, you must adjust the volume while on that call.
To do this, while looking at the inside screen, adjust the volume by using the rubber volume button, which can be found on the outside of the phone. Press the top of the button to increase the volume and the bottom of the button to decrease the volume.The inside screen will display the call volume level. You may also set the call on Speakerphone mode. If you have the Jitterbug J model, there should be a button labelled "SPKR" on the upper left corner of the keypad.
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After downloading every possible driver and tweaking every possible adjustment I have come to this conclusion: There is NO built-in microphone on the eMachines D725! Oh, the Device Manager will show it, all right but I assure you, there is no built-in device that can pick up sound on that laptop model. You'd think that a laptop, albeit a budget on, with a built-in webcam should also have an accompanying built-in mic for messaging and calls, but it doesn't. The mic may have fallen by the wayside during the cost-cutting sessions, along with the 3rd and 4th USB ports. Your only options are to connect an external microphone or to trade the D725 for a real laptop.