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Volume problem When I turn the power on, the volume is very high even though I turned it off at a much lower volume. Is there a setting somewhere that I need to adjust to lower volume (besides readjusting the volume dial each time I turn it on)? Shouldn't it turn back on at the same volume as when I powered off? Thanks, Diane

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  • OoAllieoO Nov 29, 2007

    Ya I have that too. I have it set to come on at a certain time and I can set the volume that way. Other than that, I haven't found a way to keep it off 14 I think it is.

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No it always does that to me to it cannot be fixed

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