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The volume will not go up or down

The tv has sound and a picture, but the volume will not turn up or down

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Are you using the remote control? if the remote switches the tv on and off then it will also turn the volume up and down

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Make sure theres batterys in the controll.
try turning it up from the buttons on the tv.
else i dnt no

Posted on Feb 15, 2008

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Change out your audio cables ,if this does not work some where you are missing ground.or its not connected right.ThankYou for using FixYa. Have a Nice Day.

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the remote control buttons were stuck

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