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Sound setting Every time we turn on our stereo we have to turn it down to a lower volume. We turn it down to about an 8. When it is shut off and then turned back on the volume is back up to around 18. How do we get the volume to stay at a lower level?

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  • beekerbeck Nov 04, 2007

    I just purchase this stero, and I have found that when ever I turn it on it automaticly has set itsself for a level of 20. This is to loud. How do I set it to come on at a lower level

  • Kprof69 Dec 24, 2007

    Sound is set to 17 every time the unit is turned on.

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I have no sound.

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There are several complaints in FIXYA and they are all about this same fault conndition....the volume is too high when turned on...

Because of the high number of complaints about this same fault I would suggest that its a manufacturer fault.

So the manufacturer should be contacted about it to ask for your money back..

Cheers From YUBEUT..

Posted on Dec 04, 2007

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