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Sharp LC-26SH12U TV. Sound has to be turned all the way up (50) to hear normally. Nothing but a DVD player connected - no cable, no regular tv. Using a composite cable. Troubleshooting done: tried a different cable, and different inputs - no difference connected a VCR to the TV - sound worked fine, maximum blasted me out of the house connected the DVD to an older TV - sound worked fine. ??

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    Weak sound. Has to be set at 40-50 in a bedroom!

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My Sharp TV LC-26sh12U when at 50 is not good. After a hour or two I can hardly hear the program. What is happening?

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