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Volume have to crank the volume all the way up to hear sound

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Hi,
the volume switch might be faulty,some times you can clean it BUT unless you know what you are doing PLEASE DO NOT do this your self as you will get a electric shock,the other thing it might be is that the audio transformer is at fault,if this is the case then will you have to take it in for repair.hope this helps you.
all the best..Lee Bruce.

Posted on Nov 22, 2007

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