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No sound volume wont adjust, it got stuck on highest setting which is 99,no sound coming from the speaker,all remote function work, tried to adjust the volume control through the manual knob, still dont work

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  • sendra Jan 03, 2008

    Same problem, doesn't work with headphones either, vol stuck in 99

  • zeropiston Aug 25, 2008

    exactly same problem

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Hi guys

It sounds like the unit has locked up from a power flip type situation. I suggest powering the unit down completely overnight and then fire it up again in the morning and see how it behaves. Some of your system menu presets may have lost their settings and may need to be setup again also. Get back to me here if you have the same condition after doing a full reset in this manner.

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Graeme

Posted on Mar 08, 2008

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