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Volume control volune seems to be stuck on 15. can't get it to go up or down.

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Have heaps of manuals. Do a search.

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Hello kaykayscott1,

Here's a link to the manual.

First make sure that the green green/black and purple purple/black pairs of wires are properly connected to operate the rear speakers.

You can check and adjust the "fader" and "rear volume" settings from the front panel. Go into settings by pressing the CONTROL knob. Then press CONTROL repeatedly until you get to the setting you want to check or adjust. When the display reads "R-VOLUME", turn the CONTROL knob from 0-35. Press CONTROL repeatedly again until the display reads "FADER" and turn the CONTROL knob from Rear 15 - Front 15 until you get the setting you want. Exit audio control by pressing any button.

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Volume of my stereo went to maximum.

Before you do damage the speakers, locate & remove the fuse/s for the radio. This will at least disable the unit until the problem can be isolated.

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Enter into the Audio Setup mode(press and hold volume button for at least 1 second). Next, repeatedly push the volume button until the display shows "2 ZONE". Make sure this feature is turned off. Hold the volume button again for at least 1 second to leave Audio Setup mode.

Now you need to make sure the Subwoofer Output is turned on. Do this by holding down(AM position) on the control knob(toggle stick) for at least 1 second. Each time the button is pressed, the Subwoofer Output is turned ON/OFF. the display should show "SW ON".

Next, you can go into Audio Control mode(press but do not hold volume button). Keep pressing on the volume knob until "Sub-WLevel" is displayed. Here you can adjust the amount of gain for the Subwoofer ranging from -15 to +15.

I hope this fixes your problem with it.


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