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Older sony television speaker volume only 1/2 what it used to be

The speaker volume on t.v. shows it is at max. volume ...but it is not. however, '' static'' came through very loud when it was switched from channel 3 to a'' regular'' station. (I use ch.3 to work with my digital converter box) any ideas ??? thank you.

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First check the cables if there's a loss or open wire,if the problem still occured, either way if the audio section of the digital converter having a problem or the television at the audio section may have a deffecttive parts (capacitor, resisitor, or the power I.C.) try to lower the volume, if still no work, then follwed this steps

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