My old Toshiba TV went crazy on me - the volume is always on max even when I turn it all the way down to zero. The menu is a bit different as well, as if the firmware changed - I used to have only "off timer", now I also have "on timer". Instead of having just 1 av channel I have 3 of them. As I said, crazy.
Is there a way to reset to company default setting? I'm not sure which model I have, It's an old 21" Toshiba bomba regular TV.
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hi some station have stronger signals than others, also look to see if you have avl switched on, to switch it off, go into menu on the tv scroll down to sound settings select avl turn it off hope it works
I suppose the problem of your unit is memory, sometimes this problem can be fix by applying service mode, but if not, then memory should be replace and I would advise you to send your unit to service center.
Check your manual for resetting the TV to 'Factory Default'. I have heard of this happening before. It may need you to press a combination of buttons on your remote. Usually you have to be pressing the buttons in sequence with the TV in standby, then wait for a service menu to appear. Look through this menu for the words 'Factory Reset'. It may be in a sub menu. The TV may well switch itself back off and then on again. At which point your problem should have gone away.
You have to get into its service mode option to adjust the Max Volume. Visit the site named 'Electro-help' for more
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"Timeslide" option, which can be selected from the drop down box
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This sounds like a common problem on these TVs. Try a factory reset:
1. Press and hold "Menu" and "Channel+" on the TV. (do not use the remote)
2. Using the other hand, press the Power button.
3. A small screen should appear in the top left part of the screen.
4. Using the remote, select "Memory Recall" and Enter.
5. Power off and reboot the TV and Computer.
6. Run channel auto-scan to regain the picture.
If you have satellite, I am assuming you at least have a converter box hooked up. If so, make sure the converter box volume is set at its max. There may even be a volume setting in the converter menu that forces the volume output of the box to always be at full so that you don't get variations in audio when changing channels. Warning...before attempting this, please turn down the volume on your tv to at least the middle setting so you don't blow your tv speakers if this works.
try this..turn off ur tv by remote,press mute followed by 187 then power,if this work u shall see reset underneath the sub menu goto reset..the tv must turn off and on.donot explore other u might kill your tv!!