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Low volume on monitor model L195NW

The volume controls is turned up on the computer but I have no volume on the monitor. Is there a control volume on the monitor.
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The user guide is here

http://www.westinghousedigital.com/manuals.aspx

yours is listed under LCD monitors

there is a way to turn up the volume via the onscreen display page 13
bear i mind though that the speakers inside the monitor are 2watts only so won´t be really loud anyway

Posted on Nov 26, 2008

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