Question about Coby 40 TFTV4028 LCD TV
I have regular volume but cannot increase the volume. It shows that you are turning up the volume but the sound does not increase. I have tried unplugging it from the wall outlet and disconnecting the coxial cable but the problem remains the same.
Your tv is on 100 but it sounds like its only on 50. There is a solution is go to the menu then go to sound and then turn balAnce all the way down
Posted on Jul 13, 2012
It sounds that the volume to your TV is locked in its service menu. To unlock it, you have to enter its service menu options to unlock it. This is really a skilled work, need sound knowledge in electronics to proceed. Improper data settings done to this window might turn your TV irreparable. It will be best to contact any expereinced service techinician in this matter.
Posted on Jul 03, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I received a 15" Coby
Couple things; You have to "program" the set to receive the analog channels your cable system is still sends out. Doubtful it will be too many. You may have to rent a set top box from them.
Posted on Dec 29, 2010
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