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Can't control sound volume

Paired with Blackberry Plauybook to listen to music, but I can't control the volume, there is only LOUD and I mean LOUD, I don't even have the plugs in my ears and I hear it clearly. I can't control the volume on the Playbook either, it's as if it's cut off. Am I stuck with a lemon. I've used it a few times with Blackberry Curve and there's no problem. Please help before I go deaf. Thanks.

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I have the same problem with my HBS-250. It was working fine on my iPod Touch. It worked the first couple of weeks on my iPhone 4 then stopped playing music. Phone funtion works. No music or podcasts or streaming from the web

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