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Volume Control on my SCBT100 Blu-ray Home Theatre doesn't work.

When you touch the volume control, the volume increases all the way from the minimum (0) to the maximum (50). If you touch the down volume, the volume decreases to 0. Nothing I do permits me to stop the increase or decrease at any level except 0 or 50.

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  • pararescue Nov 09, 2008

    I have the same issue. Any fixes yet?

  • walkerSIT Dec 05, 2008

    Same problem here

  • brentirish Dec 19, 2008

    I'm having the same problem. Has anyone found a fix yet?

  • fuckto Dec 21, 2008

    goes auto up or down

  • actnoble Jan 06, 2009

    yea I have the same problem. Sa-Bt100. When I press the volume up or down it will go automatically all the way up or down.

  • DarkKnightBR Mar 11, 2009

    I have the same contition but was able to get around it by unplugging the machine for an hour. I had the "Dark Knight" Blue-Ray disk in my machine while watching a local over the air HD digital tv station on a Panasonic 50' HD 1080 plasma. I don't know what the connection is yet, but it has not occurred again since I haven't had the "Dark Knight" in the player.

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Unplug the power and let it sit. Plug it back in and it should fix. Worked for me.

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