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Audio fade In the last week I have noticed after the TV is warmed up, the volume begins to decrease. I keep turning up the volume on the TV until eventually it is up all the way and I can barely hear the audio. If I turn the TV off and back on, the volume goes back to normal level, but eventually the problem comes back. If I listen to the audio through my surround sound system, no problem. Any suggestions?

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If there is no problem with the surround sound, you have a problem with the volume regulation circuit or with the main amp of this TV set, But to say the least is you have a backup to fix your problem, with the sound system, you said it works fine. this could run ya about 250 to 400 to repair. Good luck.

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