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How do I access the volume control on my dvd remote. They don't work. When I watch a dvd the volume is cranked on the tv but voices are hard to hear.

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Check all connections to the back of yout tv it may be as simple as a scart lead not in the back of the tv correctly or a faulty scart lead i have had this problem myself if this fails then try using an audio cable ( red and white male leads ) to the back of your tv this might help your audio much more clearer if i find another solution i will get back asap

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1) try to check in your DVD remote controller if it does have a + and - buttons indicating volume , if does have this features press + button to increase the sound output

2) if remote commander doesn't have this features try accessing the " SETUP" menu. most probably there would be a button in your dvd remote indicating this button "SETUP"

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