Worked great for a while, and now almost every time i go to turn the volume down with the dial... it jumps up even louder. The only way I have found to turn down the volume is to mute the stereo and then turn it off and back on again so the volume goes back to zero and then I use the dial to turn it up.... this is, as you can imagine a huge headache... and I hate getting blasted @ full volume when I am trying to turn the volume down. Resetting factory settings seems to do nothing either. Any help or am I sol?
OK PEOPLE, I HAVE THE DUAL XDVD8181 just installed, you don't need to do any kind of code to get the video to bypass. this is what you have to do
Get a toggle switch, one that flips one way for ON, and the other way for OFF. connect parking brake wire (yellow/blue) to one end of the switch and the other end to the ground of the radio (Black wire) leave the switch in off position, turn on radio and insert dvd, when you get the blue screen, flip switch ON OFF ON wait 5 seconds and video will come on. That it fellas.
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there could be an issue in the front panel of the radio. if it is a rotary dial, meaning you turn it to adjust volume. Get some knob cleaner spray from radio shack or a music store. or even one of those compressed air cans. spray some in there and it should help. Could be dirt or dust built up inside. if it is electronic, or push button the problem could be worse and you may need to bring it to someone to have them check the board.
There is no way to get it louder. I bought a pair of Logitech earphones that has volume control. They play everything in stereo. Even have microphone for when I do Skype. They were not very expensive but work great
I'm not certain about yours, but my Acer Aspire 5920 has an audio/volume turn button, just under the lip of the laptop, just to the right of center. Even if you un-mute it, if the volume is turned down all the way - the button revolves, so looking a the front, turning it counter-clockwise will turn the volume down to off, and you won't hear a thing, no matter how much you try to un-mute the thing.
So turn that rotating button to the right, to make it louder, after you have un-muted a control panel volume slider and moved it up, and that just might make it work for you.
I have/had the same problem. Frustrated with the lack of even a make shift solution on the internet I took matters into my own hands. This is a partial solution (as completely fixing it would likely require taking it apart and replacing parts, soldering, etc.) and it might not work for everyone.
Here's what I did... I cut a small piece of paper a little over 1 inch long and about 1.5 cm wide. I folded it vertically and, using tweezers, wedged it into the space between the dial knob and the surrounding grey plastic. Picture here -> http://imgur.com/8roA2.jpg
It increases the friction between the knob and the plastic and since I've done it I haven't had the random volume jumps. Hope it works! If it does, spread the word because I know a lot of people have this issue.
if the volume control as been forced the conection in the switch as jammed +vol .this is usually a small preset under the knob the right hand one.pull the knob off pulling straight as not to bend spindle some time's the two presets are visable.a cotton bud dipped in spirits could solve your problem but some times you need to pull the top of the preset .it might need removing and replacing . this could be a more complicated problem caused by a variety of things here are a few,dry joints,cracked pannel .hope some of this helped . if in dire straits skype me farr64
if you know how to repair, then replace the volume control switch. it is a digital type/mechanical type of switch with silicone oil on it to prevent sudden turn of volume. if i were the repairman i can simply clean the contacts of the volume control and pour silicon oil again. but i really dont know in your area if they try to clean those.
To dial a number that is stored in memory simply click the letter that corisponds with the name of the person you want to call for example if the name is listed in the phone as John you are going to press the five key to quickly jump down the list to the "J" section. In terms of turning up the volume should be listed under sound options, or most new phones have up and down buttons located somewhere that should turn up the ring tone volume also.
Good luck and I hope this helps!