Question about Rotel Audio Players & Recorders
SOURCE: volume knob
In other words the lever that the front knob is attached to is broken or the microswitch is bad or broken.. if your not a tech please take the unit in to a shop as there are no user serviceable parts inside these units. Good Luck
Posted on Aug 03, 2006
first of all if you live in a cold climate I never turn the radio on until the car warms up if you can remove the knob on the radio spray a light amount of WD 40 and then put the knob back on and turn it back and forth and if you have pop on your hand or water also dry your hands off before touching the radio the lights and the radio will last a lot longer also and also before leaving the car always remember to turn the radio off it will be alot easier on your battery as well
Posted on Jan 05, 2009
SOURCE: rotel rsp 1098
Just look at its connections. If the input connections have any loose connections at both ends, of the graound connection to both the devices are not proper, this kind of fault [intermittent sound and static noise] can occur.
Reconnect all the connections and check the connection wires. OK.
Posted on Jan 20, 2012
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