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Front panel controls are unresponsive

TV was operating normally, turned off, then when daughter turned back on, switched to Video 2, sound maximized, and none of the controls on the front panel work. TV can't be turned off, even after pulling the plug. When you turn the sound down, it automatically turns itself up to max. I can't change from Video 2 to any other video input. I removed all the connections from the TV and plugged into a different outlet and the behavior followed. Any insight is appreciated!

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Check volume up switch in front panel locked continuously. If it is not take away the remote control from the TV or remove the battery in the remote. Because maybe the remote continuously sending volume up commands. Rarely this type problem occurs through remote control also. Even problem is not sorted there is problem in EEPROM ic (memory ic). This can be sorted out by the technical persons only. I hope this useful to you.

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