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Volume is there a way to increase the volume, this TV only goes up to 50, sometimes it is fine but not all of the time. I am loosing my hearing, so I need more volume.

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SOURCE: Volume goes up on its own and stays up.

Aren you sure that the volume up button is not stuck in . It should feel just like the rest of them A little click? It could still be shorted,or the capacitor across the switch could be defective. If all this seems good then the eeprom, or the microprocessor,or the line or trace going to the volum button could be shorted. This is not a repair you should attempt unless your a tech. Now the button thong can be looked at after the set is unpluged and the back is off, gently slide out the chassis toward the rear of the set just a little and slide it back to see if the button is released. if that dosent help then you will need to take the set to The repair center. Good Luck

Posted on Jun 10, 2006

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The most lkely cause to strange issues when you have an RCA/GE or Proscan with Gemstar is the Gemstar board itself.

Posted on Jan 25, 2007

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SOURCE: Volume pegs to max. Turns itself on. Goes to menu. Intermittent

This is becoz your Internal Remote control response program chip needs to be replaced! You need it to get repaired at nearest service station. Or it may be due to Your keys pressed continously from remote control. Check both the causes! then decide. It will help you!

Posted on Dec 23, 2007

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SOURCE: RCA TRUFLAT VOLUME,CHANNELS MOVE ON THERE OWN

i would honestly suggest if you still have the receipt return it back. dont forget your rating thanks.
This is a very common problem for RCA TV. I have one as well. or go to www.tv.rca.com/ there are free manual there

Posted on Jan 25, 2008

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what about sound bar in the tv that shows how much is vol.
is it remain normal or go at full ..

check if it remains normal then its another problem
if it goes also full then it might be software problem

Posted on Aug 14, 2008

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