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Volume turns down

My tv has started turning down the volume as soon as it is turned on. the volume box stays on the tv for minutes after it reaches zero. volume does work but as soon as you take your hand off the button starts going back down. took the batteries out of the remote nothing has worked

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Re: volume turns down

It's probably a tact switch problem, something we call in the industry awindex syndrome. The tact switches, depending on the ones effected, can turn the tv on/off by itself, channel +/- at will or in your case control the volume.
Tact switches are not expensive to replace but a bit difficult to get to if you're not trained. They are at the very front of the board - looking from the back - and some disassembly may be necessary to take the main board out.
A reputable shop wouldn't charge much do fix this problem, switches are about a dollar a piece.
Good Luck

Posted on Nov 25, 2007

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