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Why can't I turn off the mute function?


Usually, mute is turned on and off at the remote. Press once to mute, press again to turn sound back on.

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I have a Clarion XMD3 am/fm marine cd player that came with my 2000 Searay boat. I was somehow able to turn the inside cabin speakers off last season and only have the outside speakers on. I must have...


Might be set on mute !

Mute instructions
Use this function to turn off the sound immediately.
1. Press the [ M ] button.
The sound turns off and "MUTE" appears in the display.
2. Press the [ M ] button again to cancel the mute mode

in this other user manual it is a mute button[m] page 4
http://www.clarion.com/us/en/MungoBlobs/552/388/XMD3.pdf

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Adjusting the fader
1. Press the [ A-M ] button and select "FAD 0".
2. Press the [ w ] button emphasizes the sound from the front
speaker, press the [ z ] button emphasizes the sound from the
rear speaker.
? The factory default setting is "FAD 0". (Adjustment range: F12 to
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How do i turn off the sound


Hi,

You can use the function button in your keyboard + Mute sound button in the top keyboard rows to mute and unmute the sounds.

(fn key + Mute symbol key)

I hope this is helpful to you.
Thanks

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Press the mute button and then turn up the volume button. If no sound still then press the mute button again. If we are talking about a Remote, then change the batteries.

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Lost the sound on my compaq key board has a orange light on by the mute button but i can't get the light to turn off


That definitely means the sound is muted, is the rest of the keyboard functional? I believe there is an option to turn off the mute in control panel under hardware and sound. However, I am unsure.

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I've got a similar phone (Treo 755) but the app is probably the same.

With the camera app open, press the menu button. Change "Shutter sound" to "Off"

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Check the speaker icon in the taskbar at the bottom, if there is an X then it is muted. Right click to unmute.

Also as it is a laptop there may be a mute button on the keys using the function button and a typical mute icon on a key or even a seperate button altogether.


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