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Volume Issue with CD Player by Durabrand.

I just purchased a Durabrand CD player and every time I turn it on, the volume automatically is set at 17 which is quite loud. I turn it down to around 8 or 9 and then turn it off but when I turn it right back on, it is back at 17. How do I get my stereo to not do this? I would like the volume to stay where I previously set it when I turned it off. Please help. Thank you!

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It just seems a setting problem.
go to AUDIO SETTINGS or MENU.it will have "ON VOLUME".
press volume control -ve to get desired volume.
press AUDIO or MENU to store volume level.Next time u turn it ON ,the volume will be what u SET. OK i hope this solves your problem.

Posted on Mar 24, 2008

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