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How can I stop my Viewsonic N2751w automatically maximizing the volume?.

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SOURCE: my viewsonic n2751w tv will not stop channeling down... have to put weight on top to stop

mmm sounds like a sticky channel switch on your tv itself. Spray some special stuff called Contact cleaner spray available at any electrical outlet or hobbyshop - its a little bit expensive but works great to clean motherboards and most other electrical equipment. Spray while the tv is off and press buttons in between sprays

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My viewsonic n2751w tv will not stop channeling down... have to put weight on top to stop


mmm sounds like a sticky channel switch on your tv itself. Spray some special stuff called Contact cleaner spray available at any electrical outlet or hobbyshop - its a little bit expensive but works great to clean motherboards and most other electrical equipment. Spray while the tv is off and press buttons in between sprays

Jan 14, 2015 | ViewSonic N2751W 27 in. LCD Television

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Viewsonic N2751w automatically maxes the volume. How can I stop it?


It is a fault with its main board. Contact any service technician. This is not a user repairable fault. A skilled one indeed. Gopakumar Gopalan Google

Feb 15, 2014 | Televison & Video

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When I hit the menu button it rolls trough the menu and I cant stop it, same with Channels.. Thanks EricdB


there some problem in your remote chip board.
menu button may be touching some other on the remote circuit board. thats why it causing problem.
open your remote and adjust properly your rubber buttons on the remote circuit borad. handle it carefully.
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Oct 12, 2010 | ViewSonic N2751W 27 in. LCD Television

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Model N2751w won't power on and fuse is good. Is the power supply available?


Possible that the SMPS is faulty and teh ffault can vary from a fuse to the SMdriver to the Sm transformer.
So check my tips on repairing SMPS.
http://www.fixya.com/support/r5826301-working_switch_mode_power_supplies

Sep 18, 2010 | ViewSonic N2751W 27 in. LCD Television

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Popping noise


PLease check in background if any application is running.
2.Either once mute the sound and check.
3.If then thew sound stops there is an application running behind so please disable that.

Aug 11, 2009 | ViewSonic N2751W 27 in. LCD Television

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Viewsonic N2751w continues to cycle thru channels at startup


Unplugged the TV and removed and reinstalled each connection. Don't know why but it was enough to resolve the issue.

Jan 04, 2009 | ViewSonic N2751W 27 in. LCD Television

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why does my 27 inch lcd monitor keep changing colors

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