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Volume display when trying to adjust the volume on my kenwood vr-615 receiver. it only displays the volume from about -50 db to 0 db. it used to go into positve db's. any solutions to getting that volume portion back?

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U sure when u go to 0 is it loud ? unplug it then back in reset all in menu

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We would be happy to help with that. Here is a list of someof the codes that we have for your Kenwood Receiver: 774, 795, 668, 691, 728, and 745.

Press and hold the AUX mode button until all mode buttons at the top of theremote come on, then release. Enter the number 2 then one of the codes for your Kenwood Receiver provided above. Press the pound (#) button, the mode light should flashthree times. Check that the code works by trying several different functions onthe remote to make sure it will properly operate your Kenwood Receiver. Keep in mindthat some codes may not be compatible with your equipment. If this is the case,please try the other codes listed for that device until you find one that iscompatible with your equipment.

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When adjusting the sound, we lose sound completely. The volume knob on the receiver does nothing. If we play with buttons on the receiver, sometimes it comes back. The second last time it happened, I shut...


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