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Volume decreases by itself

Started yesterday, the volume on the tv would bring itself down a notch randomly. Today none of the remotes (Comcast and normal tv remote) will turn volume up and when it is pressed on the set itself there is a clicking noise but volume will go up.....and decrease all the way back down. Comcast replaced cable box as they believed our original box was defective but tv did the same thing even before I hooked up the cable. Help please?

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  • Suzanne Bernard Nov 11, 2008

    Comcast sent a tech out today and apparently it was the super old remote? TV is working fine now.......just weird but thank you!

  • Anonymous Nov 20, 2008

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My rca model f32648 volume goes down by it self tv wont turn on by remote the trimbel goes down also and cant turn volume up by remote

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Maybe defective speaker or audio output ic or shorted capacitor within audio circuit

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