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My volume sounds muted on my 36" toshiba tv, nothing is working

No one has touched the tv(allegadly) yet my volume is muted but when i press mute its not on????

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    when i hit mute the first time, volume decreases. When i hit mute the 2nd time, nothing happens. 3rd time, it goes back to full volume. Any ideas?

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Good day.

Please check on the speakers of your unit. They may be busted.


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Posted on Mar 23, 2008

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