Not sure if its a loose connection but the tv volume will go all the way to 0 and cant get it to go up . every now and then it goes all the way to 100 and cant get it to go down is it a loose connection if so where is the most likely place it is.
Thank you so much cardpsycho! I couldn't find a piece of plastic to wedge the button down, but I taped a penny VERY tightly over the TV/VIDEO button on the set to keep it depressed, and voila!!! FIXED!
This problem had been so annoying that we couldn't stand to watch TV (ours would get stuck on full volume), and worst of all, the World Series is coming soon!
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Check if the mute button on the cable box/TV/VCR is activated. If so, turn off the mute feature
Verify the volume on the cable box/TV/VCR is not turned all the way down, either by adjusting the volume level on the equipment itself or with the remote control
Check if the TV has an earphone or headphone jack. If so, make sure there are no earphones or headphones plugged into it
Check if the Cable Box/TV/VCR has a SAP/MTS switch (Secondary Audio Program / Multichannel Television Sound). If so, make sure it is set to the proper setting. Consult your TV/VCR manufacturer's user manual for information for your specific TV/VCR. Click here for information on changing this setting on a Cable Box
Check behind ALL TV and equipment (Cable box, TV, VCR, DVD, stereo receivers, etc) and the coax cable at the wall outlet for any loose or damaged connectors
Make sure all equipment and connections are hooked up correctly for the video and audio based on the type of connections being utilized
The way to test whether or not the television needs to be repaired is to do some things to it after it has cut off the picture. Making sure you can still hear the sound but no longer see the picture turn the volume up and down. If you can hear the volume increasing and decreasing, but you cannot see the volume indicator itself on the screen then you'll know that possibly the inverter(s) is/are loose or that the inverter board needs to be replaced. If you can see the volume indicator moving back and forth across your television screen then you might have a problem with your signal source i.e. your set top box (cable box/satellite tv box), your connecting cables or the connections themselves.
what you describe is almost impossible ..the only explaining is someone with a compatible remote control messing around with you ..so ...pay attention ..and after that if you are completely sure that this is out of case...Leave a comment and I will search for another possible cause ..
Not sure whats wrong, maybe a software problem.
I wouldnttry fix it, just adapt, try hooking up a hifi to a decoder or somnething and use that sound, the only irritating thing would be the buzz of the tv volume.
Sounds like one or more of the keypad buttons are sticking - That would also cause the remote control to stop functioning.When you saw "P:0 V:0" you somehow managed to put the tv into the service menu. Pull the keyboard away from the plastic buttons and make sure nothing is in the way.