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My Toshiba 32" analog tv, which is three years old, seems stuck with the volumen on high, and won't turn on or off by switch, only by plugging and unplugging the set. Thanks.

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  • trepym880 Apr 20, 2008

    Isn't it too coincidental that the on/off button doesn't work, and the volume is stuck? I should mention that the volume could be manually raised, but then it went down by itself. Next time I tried it, the volume was stuck in high, and its stuck there. I can't manually lower it. The tv comes on automatically when its plugged in. Still think its the control panel sticking? Thanks.

  • trepym880 Apr 20, 2008

    Isn't it too coincidental that the on/off button doesn't work, and the volume is stuck? I should mention that the volume could be manually raised, but then it went down by itself. Next time I tried it, the volume was stuck in high, and its stuck there. I can't manually lower it. The tv comes on automatically when its plugged in. Still think its the a loose part on the board? Thanks.

  • trepym880 Apr 21, 2008

    Powwer doesn't work on either the set or remote. The volume doesn't work on the remote, but sometimes will on the set. The volume now is stuck in high, and the button on the set won't work to lower it. Thanks.

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You need to open the control panel try spraying the switch with contact cleaning solution. If this does not work you may need to replace the touch buttons or the control board

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Most likely there is a loose part on the board, check for loose connections and then you should just have to solder a point back together.

If you don't feel comfortable checking the tv, then you will need someone with experience to check it for you. Please let me know if you have any further questions.

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    Benjamin Patri Apr 20, 2008

    Alright to further help you I need a little more information

    I need to know if the volume and the power button work on just the tv, the remote, neither, or both.

    Please answer the question and I will tell you what I think

    thanks

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    Benjamin Patri Apr 21, 2008

    this could be the power supply or the convergence circuit doing this

    The easiest thing to try is a simple hard reset which is just leaving the tv off for 4 hours and then trying it and seeing if it fixed itself

    you then can check for loose connections on the board, shorted out fuses and see if you smell anything that may be burnt. If you know what you are doing, basically test everything to see if power is running through if you can't find a loose connection.

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    Benjamin Patri Apr 24, 2008

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