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Strange volume troubles

First, the remote stopped working, new batteries, nothing... All of a sudden, the volume bars start to rise. Few minutes later,it lowers.... It did this a few times like someone was rising and lowering it. Now all of a sudden the volume goes all the way up and cant shut TV down by the switch, have to unplug it. Is my TV haunted????

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Re: Strange volume troubles

The tact switches on the front of the unit are going bad, need to replace them internally.

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Toshiba 32a33. I'll be watching tv and the volume bar shows goes down to 0 (no sound) when it is in this mode the remote control will not work on the volume, you can get up and manually up the volume...

1st check to see if your remote volume down button is stuck. 2nd do you have wireless internet (router) or any other wireless devices phones,ceiling fans, another Toshiba remote, if so try unplugging them (or remove the batteries if it's a remote) while it's changing the volume one at a time. If a different device makes it stop try changing the channel on it. Also make sure the t.v doesn't have a mind of its own and remove the batteries out of the t.v remote, let it ride for a couple days if it happens without the remote being in play then you know your t.v is acting strange, if it stops then starts back up when you start using the remote again then you know your dealing with a remote issue. Sometimes Freq.'s merge causing remotes/wireless devices to conflict with each other.

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I have a toshiba 32a32 32" tv, the problem im having is all of a sudden the channels started switching by itself and the volume keeps going up to 100. when i set a channel it stays there for a minute then...


The problem is either from the remote or the television, there has been so much heat on the control panel of the television, so it has melted some lead off a part of the control panel and bridging it to another part, so it is increasing both the volume and changing the channel in an upward direction.

The solution is to change the control panel of the television or correct it by using a soldering iron to melt off the lead from where leads meet.

If you remove the battery from the remote and it still does the same, then it is confirmed that it is the televisions control panel. But if after removing the battery it stops scrolling up, then the problem is from the remote and the solution is for you to replace the remote with a new one.

Take care and good luck

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There seems to be a failure in your output drive circuit.
All electronics fail suddenly and don't show any signs until the defect is noticed except in the cases of intermittent troubles From what you have described an intermittent defect is not the culprit here. Are you using external speakers or the internal ones in the set? If you are using external speakers disconnect them and see if the internal speakers work OK. If it's both channels at the same time it's in the electronics, not in the speakers. This would require internal service. Unfortunately there is no easy fix for that. Have it diagnosed (which they can't properly do in your home unless it's a very obvious problem) get an estimate first. Those sets are very well made and reliable but nothing is perfect. You need a service call or move it to a shop.

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If volume shows erratically behaviour do the following:

  • Take batteries out from remote and check if it is a remote problem.
  • Try pressing and playing volume buttond on TV, see if it can be a button.
  • If it is a button remove front panel and clean button contacts with circuit cleaning solution.
  • If all the above did not work, it is either a faultycontrol panel or a faulty audio pcb on your tv. Them both must betested (control panel it is an easy test if you know how to use amultimeter)

If you need replacement parts enter model here

If you need to call a technician you can ring the number listed on your owner manual

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Sounds like it's locked. Either hold the remote control "DISP" down for 3 seconds, or press it repeatedly about 10 times & it'll unlock.

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Yes, I have been seeing a lot of those Toshiba IR receivers bad lately. Replacing it with a new one should take care of your remote problems. If you have never replaced small parts on PC boards then have a qualified tech handle it for you.

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try this..turn off ur tv by remote,press mute followed by 187 then power,if this work u shall see reset underneath the sub menu goto reset..the tv must turn off and on.donot explore other u might kill your tv!!

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There's a setting in the menu. I think it's called "smart audio". It's supposed to adjust the volume automatically for commercials. But I don't think it works that well. Give that a try.

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