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post #1 of 4 Old 01-28-2012, 01:36 PM - Thread Starter
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I am running a late 80's model Studio-Standard CA-77. When I move the level to turn up the volume I get a hiss/static/pop. Sometimes its loud other times is soft. If I turn it up slowly it does not occur.

Also it appears that the right channel seems to be more active than my left. Does this indicate a certain problem to the veterans out here?


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I forgot to mention...

The hiss/pop/static doesn't occur after I get the volume to where I want it. Only when the lever/slider is moving.
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Turn everything off. Now rapidly move the volume, and balance, controls back and forth. Sometimes this will clean grunge off old switches and make them work quietly again.

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I have already tried that method dknightd with little success. Any other solutions out there besides replacing the part?
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