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Volume turns up by itself

Volume turning up while I am watching it. No one is touching the t.v. or remote.

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check the remote control, take the batteries out and try to adjust the volume on the tv set itself.
If this resolves the problem the button on the remote may be sticking, either clear it or get a universal remote.

If you still have the problem without the remote then its time to take the tv to a repair shop or claim on a warranty.

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1. The volume up button on the remote may be stuck down- try wiggling the button to get it out. If it isn't the remote if the local volume control is in fact two buttons perhaps that one is stuck in or damaged.

2. The dvd sounds like it needs a new laser unit- a worn laser unit may play up like this.
It might be time for a new one as replacement can be sometimes more than the cost of a new one nowdays!

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It sounds like the button is stuck. Take the remote apart if you can and see if the key is stuck somewhere. This happened to me once with a rubber key type of remote. It drove me crazy.

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Let's eliminate ghosts and goblins. I can't identify your unit. Give me a make and model number.

As a test, locate the remote control window on the front of the unit, if it has one. Set it up to watch or listen to something then cover the remote window on the unit with a small piecr of cardboard. If you can't locate its infrared receiver for the remote just cover the entire front of the unit with something sufficiently opaque to block your remote. Try to operate it with th remote to be sure the unit can't see it.

If the expected problem never comes back you have a stray signal from something else in the environment getting interpreted as a 'volume up' command. Then look around for other remotes being used, wireless devices, use your imagination. I used to have a remote-controlled space heater and my TV would sometimes shut off if I used the remote. Does the unit have line-of-sight to a nearby house? Maybe something next door (garage opener?) is interfering.

If it still happens and there are no other infra-red devices nearby you have a ghost.

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When the volume increased did the display show it doing so as if someone was turning the knob?  I mean did the volume go from like level 15 to 30 or did the unit's level stay constant while the audio volume increased?
Were you alone or sharing the room with a jokester who has a universal remote?
Does this problem occur when the batteries are removed from your remote?
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