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Television volume problem.

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.

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  • cardpsycho21 Oct 03, 2008

    problem quick fixed. ask me how

  • cardpsycho21 Oct 03, 2008

    wedged a peice of plastic between the video button and tv on the set to keep the button pushed in . Now it works great again.

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Lol, how?

Posted on Oct 03, 2008

  • ted dux Oct 06, 2008

    LMAO!
    Wow, a "finger-problem".
    It happens, lol.


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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!
Thanks again!

Posted on Oct 04, 2008

  • Anonymous Oct 06, 2008

    Hi folks,


    Just to update, the penny method hasn't work very long, but I still couldn't find a piece of plastic to wedge, so now I've tried the corner of a wooden shim.  I wedged it in until the button was depressed, then snapped it off and taped it down firmly.  So far, so good...  Back to the Red Sox for now...

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Ie pde,,,ano ung volume n my solution project ko lng ^^

Posted on Oct 15, 2008

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