Tip & How-To about Belkin F1DK102U 2-port KVM Switch

Remember to check the cables!

For me this device kept doing the switching back and forth thingie until I noticed that one of the display cables was bit out of it's place.

Tightened the screws and Voilá!

All these things with lotsa wires on them... Always remember to check the cables!

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Hi Readers to of Fixya,
This entry is January 22, 2016.
I own a Denon PMA 735R which I bought new in 1999, it is very good Amp; starting about a few years ago the input selector would occasionally randomly jump from CD to Phono to Tape etc., but would always end up back at CD so it was not terribly annoying until a few days ago when it started happening all the time. I am a very knowledgeable electronics person (I built musical keyboards at one time) so my thought was just that it was a dust problem and I started with that premise. I fixed it using an Electrical Parts Cleaner spray and here is how I did it:
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