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TV volume is not within range. you have to turn it up all the way to be able to hear it and there is static

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  • rocko6 Mar 09, 2008

    Volume doesn't work. When turned up all the way can only just hear it after t.v has been on for a while.

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Need to know what kind of tv and what kind of signal your are using. cable,satellite antenna.....if cable is there a cable box attached

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