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Volume starts out at full

This just started happening yesterday.  I start the car and the volume on the unit is up to 40, full blast!  I go to turn it down and it will not work, it goes to 39, 37 then back to 40.  If I turn the knob really slow I can get it down eventually.  Seems to happen only when it's cold but always after I just turn it off.  I tried resetting it by pressing the reset button for at least 3 seconds but that did not seem to help.  Anyone come across this before?

Peaty

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  • Peaty Oct 25, 2007

    I did look though but there is a fair chance I missed that.  I'm not sure I've ever put the volume at 40 though.  I rarely have it to 20.  However, I did manage to fix the problem; or at least it has not come back in at least a week or so.  Pushing in the reset and holding for three seconds did not work as stated but when I got to the screen that said to reset to factory settings, I gave that a try and it seemed to be the fix.  Not sure why resetting didn't but that did but no matter it worked.  Thank you for the reply, I will look in the book again (I have it right here) and see if I can find that section.

    edit yes, bottom of page 17 in the users manual says to set the start volume hold the button down for three seconds. 

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If you read the owners manual careful it tells you something about setting the volume at start up buy setting the volume to desired level then push in and hold a few seonds the volume knob and that volume should be reached every time you start your vehicle.

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