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Volume wont change

Liquid video portable dvd player. everything works but the volume wont change...what do I need to do?

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Unfortunately these units require the remote to adjust volume visit www.remotes.com they have the remote for mvohd70 (the infrared headphones have volume on sides) if it is RCA cabled to your head unit you can control sound in car but if you are referring to the direct headphone jack remote is the only solution

Posted on Mar 04, 2009

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