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Volume is all the way up (60) and it's not very loud. My wife says there's another setting in the TV. I don't see anything and I say NO. Who's right!

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If the contact swicth is bad on vol+ and vol- on from panel board the one you turn tv on menu ch + ch- tv will have out of control volume.

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