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Samsung TV Version CZ04 volume reduces itself and whenever goes back to normal

And sometimes when the volumes goes down by itself and I increase the volume with the remote to hear something....for awhile it the volume can go up but not to normal...and then for awhile to normal.

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Your volume goes down or up depending on the demand (number of viewers} viewing the channel at any given moment. That is mormal.

Posted on Nov 28, 2012

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SOURCE: TV volume increases by itself and doesn't decrease or respond to the remote control

Apparently this seems to be a known issue for this model. I called Phillips and they did not even bother asking me to try things like switch off and on again etc...They just said they are going to send someone to pick it up and fix it. I would suggest to everyone to do the same since it has to be free of charge because the problem appears in pretty much every tv set of this model.

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SOURCE: TV volume increases by itself and doesn't decrease or respond to the remote control

Connect all A / V sources to the Home Theater Receiver then Video-Out from the receiver and totally mute) the TV.

Posted on Sep 30, 2008

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SOURCE: The volume is turning itself down all by itself. The volume on the remote won't work, but the remote is fine with the other TV controls.

It sounds like the button is stuck. Take the remote apart if you can and see if the key is stuck somewhere. This happened to me once with a rubber key type of remote. It drove me crazy.

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SOURCE: Volume turns up or down on its own

yes direct into the buttons the WD40 is the best thing i've ever seen, that will not damage anything you can spray it without fear and then try to activate the buttons a few times, of course with the tv off.

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SOURCE: TV volume goes down with out being touched

may have a sticky button or a shorted transistor switch.

Posted on Jul 01, 2009

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