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Volume too low on zen

Cant get volume to go louder even when zen says it is at 25 it is still too soft!

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Try going to System>Audio Settings>Restrict Volume on your ZEN. This is a password protected feature for parental controls i guess... If this doesn't work, get a hearing aid : )

Posted on Feb 03, 2009

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**************** HERE WE GO **************
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*#8999*8378#
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