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Ensure nothing sticky has been spilled on the TV or the remote, causing the volume down button to stick. Remove batteries from remote to rule it out. Carefully inspect TV volume control for a sticking button. If you find it is sticking, get electrical contact cleaner from Radio Shack and spray the button. Ensure TV is unplugged first.

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