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Volume i can turn volume up and then the sound goes down by its self.

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Hi the volume is just a big fuzzy sound. You can listen to anything. Mute button does work and volume adjustment does work. No Sound at all other than fuzzy sound.

Posted on Mar 05, 2007

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Any time I raised my volume up to 35, my sumsung home theater goes off by it self unless I on it and reduce the volume within 20-25 before it works again


This sounds like you are overloading the system and the automatic shutdown is working to prevent damage. Is it very loud when it shuts down? Many systems have a built in speaker protection circuit that will disconnect them if your turn the volume up to high to prevent damage to the speakers and the amplifier.

Apr 19, 2018 | The Audio Players & Recorders

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My 40 toshiba model # 42av5000 hd, lcd flat screen, my volume goes down by itself


hi select menu sound setting look for avl if it's on turn it off, if this don't work, you may need to to replace the mainboard, thanks

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May 15, 2017 | Toshiba Televison & Video

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When raising volume deck cuts-off


Sounds like an overheating issue. Most car receivers have heat sinks at the rear to dissipate heat, but if there is little or no rear clearance for the unit the heat may build up and the unit goes into a self protection mode and shuts down.

Sep 01, 2015 | Car Audio & Video

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There speakers r not putting out any music via the internet or my documents...but gives warning sounds


Check the volume control properties t oensure the speakers aren't muted, if they are not muted then the mainboard's volume control overide program has them turned down! To turn them up from there sumply locate your function key and they key that corrosponds with the volume up or volume down features. (usually the up or down arrows, but not always) they will be marked with a speaker icons and some variation of up or down markings.

As far as the warning sounds, that in its self is a seperate speaker unit that is not controlled the same way your actual speakers are, hence you can still hear the audio warning sounds. Good luck, thanks for using FixYa

Jan 10, 2010 | Acer Aspire 5500 5570-2609 Laptop

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When i turn up sound on i pod it automatically turns its self down


I suspect your volume limit has been set low so go to settings and then volume limit. Use the click wheel to select your maximum volume.

Nov 02, 2009 | Apple iPod classic MP3 Player

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Volume decreases by itself


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

Nov 09, 2008 | RCA F32648 32" TV

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Sound goes down


The down button on your remote might be stuck down. Try taking the remote out of the room or cover it up with something. Then turn the sound up at the set and see if it stays up. If this doesn't work, the down button on the front of the set may be stuck or have leakage in the button. This would require taking the set to a service shop. Another possibility would be a loose ground on the CRT dag which can cause this. this also would be something a service shop would need to take care of, as you could get a shock if you attempt this repair yourself.

Nov 04, 2008 | RCA F36650 36" TV

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I have a philips Matchline tv (29pt6361/79r) the tv works fine except it automatically turns the volume down without any buttons on the remote or tv being pushed


well depends on how far it turns the volume down as to what the cause is and if the volume bar on screen display comes on when the vol. goes down. if it just goes down a little you probably have the "smart sound" setting turned on in the audio menu turn it off and see if prob. goes away. if the vol. bar comes on the screen whenever the vol. goes down the you most likely have a bad button on your front panel and it doesn't have to be the vol. down button. it you think it is the button it would need solder work to be changed most likely shop job.

Mar 08, 2008 | Televison & Video

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