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Seen this on a samsung, the volume up button on the control panel board was defective. had to replace the board.

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Does your TV have a "half-mute" setting:
* press MUTE once to reduce the volume to 50%
* press MUTE a second time to reduce the volume to zero
* press MUTE a third time to restore the volume to 100%

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Volume automatically goes to the loudest


There should be a setting that allows you to set the "Power On" volume level. Check the menu Under Volume settings.

What is the make and model of the Television set?

Nov 22, 2012 | RCA Televison & Video

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My tv volume is on 100, however, you still can't hear it


first is turn it down to a lower level:

look to see if sound with a DVD connected to a rear input.

look in menu to see if speakers are switched to OFF.

look also if set has external speaker hookup set not set to external.


failing you have a audio circuit problem in the TV.

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Very little volume, not very loud at highest


On the TV-use your finger to adjust the volume level, about midway, then use the remote to shut off the tv, then turn on tv with remote. Volume level should be better! If still not loud enough...using your finger on the tv...turn up volume & repeat remote steps.

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Have to turn the volume to 80-100 to hear the tv in my bedroom


If it's just playing DVD's that the volume is low some DVD players have their own volume control.
You could look at the back of your tv and see if the dvd or psp is hooked up to a "line in" or a 'variable' input. The Line in is a constant audio source. The variable will be also affected by the volume on the TV.

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Volume won't turn down


Try the setup program. When you get to the main setup screen, look for a reset all to standard setting. That may solve the problem. If it doesn't then the sound module may need to be replaced inside the TV.

Apr 11, 2009 | iLO 3200 32 in. LCD Television

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Volume


confirm that volume contro plus (+) button does not stuck inside.
try to apply good contact cleaner in volme button and press it many times until it released.

Mar 08, 2008 | Akai CF2791 27" TV

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Toshiba color television 36A12


if you are using a cable box make sure the cable box remote volume is also turned up go into the customer menu on the tv and verify that the speakers are on under the audio settings

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