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Volume control When I try to increase or decrease the the volume it just runs from 0 to 15 or 15 to 0 so can only have full or zero volume. The volume control buttons on the projector have stopped working.

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Sounds like a controller IC chip, which gives you the ability to increment the sound, has become defective. You need to have the projector repaired at a facility...check out the repair company choices on this website.

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