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First off, take the batteries out of your remote to see if it is a problem with your remote, if it is I would buy a new universal remote and try that. If none of this works then the problem is with your tv itself. Either the volume button on the tv is broken and works on its own, or the tv is having programming errors and you will need to have it fixed.
I presume that the volume will not turn down from either the remote control or the volume buttons on the side of the tv. If the volume down button works on the side of the tv then the remote control is suspect to be faulty. If neither remote or tv volume buttons work then check whether the channel buttons work on the tv (not remote). If none of these work then check the input connection from the buttons /infra red reciver to the main pcb. This is a push on cable connector. As a point, also check that the volume up button on the tv is not stuck in, and feels the same as the other buttons when pressed.
This Sansui set has been plagued with problems and is now fast becoming a dinosaur. Repairs are not cheap and as this is a low HD non-HD tuner set its probably time to think about an upgrade anyway to a full HD set with built in HD tuner. The set was made in China and sold through Kmart but has no real support here or from the makers.
If you dont intend to do anything with your TV I would very much like the Remote control as mine is broken. Please email me at tminbox@hotmail.
I bought my Insignia 32" LCD in November 2007 - same problem. I figured out that if you press the "input" button on your remote select any of the other options "component 1, composite 1, etc.. that you're TV isn't on -then press "input" again and go back to the component that you're TV plays on - you'll have volume when you go back every time. I've gotten so used to doing it now that it's become habit. 9 times out of 10 I have to do it.