|This isn't a computer question, but I don't know a better place to ask it.|
I have an RCA wireless stereo speaker set, about 15 years old (pre Bluetooth).
The transmitter has a 4-position slide switch to select channel 1, 2, or 3, or
power off. It seems to make poor connections on all three channels. When
I jiggle the slider slightly, the signals to both speakers go in and out. Mostly
out. The switch is soldered to a PC board in ten places. I tried to solder a
single wire to a board once and the trace lifted away from the board. I don't
think I can handle that job. Is it possible to clean such a switch? Might I
be able to find a replacement for just the transmitter? Or something??
-- Jeff, in Minneapolis