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Vizio TV low volume

Our TV which we've had for about six months is progressively losing volume. You have to turn it up louder and louder to hear it. When we first got it, it was a bit quiet, but you could put it on 15 or so (out of a hundred) and hear it a bit. But it wasn't too loud when you turned it up super high like it should have been. Now you have to turn it to 30 to hear it at all, so watching with an a/c or fan going, not to mention kids is annoying because you have to crank it. This is a problem with the cable and the DVD side, I haven't tried anything else, but I imagine they would all be quiet. Is this something that they can fix if we're still in warranty? Please let me know, because to watch my favorite drama I have to keep it at 70 to hear it over the fan. Thanks!

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Hi, had this problem and called my cable company who came out and changed some setting ...and now its great.

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