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My right earphone has stopped working but works when the volume control is held in a certain way any clues to what is wrong?

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There is a break in the potentiometer ( volume controller) of the headset. Your carbon track or the contact sweeper is losing touch with the carbon track.
Replacement of the controller potentiometer is needed.

Posted on Sep 17, 2010

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