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Volume decreasing to zero by itself

When I try to turn volume back up it goes right back down. Does it with remote batteries removed too. I can increase the volume by turning TV off and on or muting on and off a few times.

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Have you looked to see if the Button on the tv itself is stuck in. Press it and you might be able to feel for it sticking. If this is the case you may want to try a baby wipe or something similar to try and sort this out. (dont use a sopping wet cloth)

hope you get this sorted.

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