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Volume control possessed?

The volume goes up without even touching stereo or any buttons. what would cause that to happen?

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Sticking button most likely. I would take the faceplate apart. I suspect it has probhably has coffe, pop spilled on it. Chean the contacts and switches using rubbing alchol then reassemble. yOU MIGHT END UP HAVING TO REPLACE THE FACEPLATE.

Posted on Sep 08, 2007

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