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Volume control problem

The volume control is stuck at max and will not adjust down. I have tried "fixing" the device via the philips sofware and setting the device to the factory settings with no luck.

Any further ideas would be greatly appreciated.

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    moany Mar 03, 2009

    My Philips hdd 6330 17 30gb does the same thing, but only when I plug the headphones into a speaker, but if I unplug them and re do it, sometimes it goes back to regular volume. Does it just keep clicking up, even when it's already maxed out?

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Your volume control switch in the cirucit is damaged - call Philips and find out if you are still in-warranty.

-Tha Mp3 Doctor

Posted on Mar 18, 2009

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