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Sound level unstable

Either from the TV control or remote control, no matter what level you set the sound is automatically sets itself to the highest level. You can again turn the sound down but it immediately sets itself to the highest level.

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Hi there!
You may have a button stuck either on the remote or on the TV itself. If this does not solve the problem, you may have to refer to a service technician. The IF Amp or the sound stage may be at fault. Good Luck, Regards, JUS004

Posted on Mar 25, 2008

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