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Toshiba TV 35A44 Volume Issue

My Toshiba TV 35A44 volume increases automatically to the highest volume setting. When this happens the TV becomes inoperable and I have to unplug it, and wait about 1 or 2 hours for the TV to reset itself. Also, when this happens the remote and power buttons on the TV are disabled. Now the problem is happening at least once a day. Please advise.

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Re: Toshiba TV 35A44 Volume Issue

I had the same problem, you'll probably find that that particular button will push further into the set then the others, this is due to the a weakening of a cheesy metal guide which directs the projection off the back of the button into the corresponding microswitch. This metal guide will bend and will push against the switch.My solution, (and it ain't pretty) was to unplug the set, remove the button( I used a dremel cutting bit), locate the guide,a small metal plate with a hole in it. Bend the plate toward the front of the set then tape over the hole. I haven't had the problem since.You WILL have to use your remote for further functionality of the volume, However all of the buttons seem to be inherantly poorly designed and will weaken over time, AVOID USING THEM!

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Jam something into the menu button on the front of your tv to hold it down...the volume should then work with the remote.

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Re: Toshiba TV 35A44 Volume Issue

During the volume increases problem takes place suddenly remove battery from remote control. Check the problem continuous. If it is there the problem is tv front panel volumeup switch is malfunction or failure. Change the switch problem solved.

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