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Volume control problem

The volume control on the named product increase to maximun at random times. The remote control will return the systen to a normal volume level but the same thing happens again a few minutes later.

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  • johnboy1975 Jul 22, 2008

    the light behind the volume control randomly pulsates then the volume goes up... I thought it was a stuck button on the remote however it still has the problem when the batteries are take out.

  • Anonymous Oct 21, 2008

    in mine, the volume increases to maximum even after removing remote batteries and it opens the eject bay if there is no cd inside. all this happens at random

    my model is HT-|X810

  • surf43daddy Feb 07, 2009

    I have the same problem only I took mine apart to troubleshoot and there is no problem with the volume control buttons sticking. Also not in remote ( I removed the batteries to establish that), it appears and goes away on repeated power cycling. I can sometimes get control of volume and it will continue to work for all functions (all inputs and remote control and console buttons), but if I turn off power and turn it back on , it most times returns at what sounds like full volume.

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PLEASE apply contact cleaner from good brand over the volume control and move it many times(you can obtain it from near radio shack or near electronic store)

Posted on Apr 07, 2008

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