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Buttons don't work

I have a Toshiba 32A33 32", and it seems like it's taking its own decisions. The buttons on the front panel don't work and I stopped using it 'cause sometimes sound goes louder and louder, and it changes the channel by itself... until I unplug it. Is there anything I could replace? My brother is a technician and I could tell him to replace or fix any part for me.

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  • jesnang Jul 04, 2008

    Have a similar problem, our tv has a mind of its own. The volume will go all the way up and we can not control it. Can't turn the power off with the controll or pushing the on/off button so we have to unplug it. Then there are times that the volume will go all the way down and same thing we can't turn the volume up. None of the buttons will operate on the TV during these moments. What can we do??

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Cardpsycho is right.  We had the same problem, among many others (unresponsive remote, none of the buttons on the set working at all).  I taped a penny very firmly over the tv/video button on the set to keep it depressed at all times.  This fixed everything!!!

Posted on Oct 04, 2008

  • Anonymous Oct 06, 2008


    Hi folks,


    Just to update, the penny method hasn't work very long, but I still couldn't find a piece of plastic to wedge, so now I've tried the corner of a wooden shim.  I wedged it in until the button was depressed, then snapped it off and taped it down firmly.  So far, so good...  Back to the Red Sox for now...



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Just a quick fix that might work wedge something between the video button on your tv to where it is pushed in all the way then your tv shouldnt have a mind of its own anymore and the romote will work again . Just saying this cause had the same problem and thats what I did and my tv work fine again

Posted on Oct 03, 2008

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You have to change some of the switches,or maybe all of them.You can use a multimeter to test it one by one.

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