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PHILIPS TV SOUND PROBLEM

MY TV PHILIPS MODEL 21PT4320/56A PROBLEM IS THAT SOUND IS TOO SLOW ON MAXIMUM VOLUME

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My phillips tv model # 55pl9773/17 sound is too low when im watching regular tv, but when i switch from tv to av1 or av2 (watching a dvd movie or playing video games) the sound is normal. How do i get my cable TV to sound the same?

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