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Coby 938 theater system volume

The volume on my theater system will not gradually increase or decrease. If I push the volume down button, the numbers will decrease, but the output will stay the same until it reaches 8 or less and then will mute itself. Then, when I push the volume up button, the volume will return to the exact output no matter the numbers (i.e. 15, 38, 49). Is there a setting I need to change, or a hook up that I did wrong?

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