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I have a tv (don't remember the make) the volume says it's on 0 but it sounds like it's all the way up. not even the mute button works. i unplugged it and it still stays loud when the screen says it's at 0. what is wrong & is it worth fixing?

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Not sure whats wrong, maybe a software problem.
I wouldnttry fix it, just adapt, try hooking up a hifi to a decoder or somnething and use that sound, the only irritating thing would be the buzz of the tv volume.

Posted on May 13, 2009

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