Can (or could -- with difficulty) adjust volume downwards, but now cannot adjust volume back up. Assume something is broken or needs rebooting. Are there any software/keypad controls I can use to adjust the volume?
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I assume "#15" is the displayed volume setting on the screen when you try to adjust the volume. Is this the maximum? If so, perhaps the front panel volume up button is stuck on (not the remote control; nothing else on it would work if that were the case).
Another likely cause is the TV's microcontroller chip or memory chip that goes with it has a fault in its volume control address location.
You can check for a stuck button by comparing its feel with the volume down button when you press it. If it is stuck, the difference in action will probably be noticeable. If you can't tell any difference, the set needs internal repair.
it may be cause by either software problem or hardware problem..
Here is the solution,
double click on the volume controller on the taskbar. (tips. it is situated at right bottom corner.) one new widow pop up. here you can adjust your volume.
under volume control adjust a balance. make it to center. (tips. it deal with all your volume control setting. if you want to adjust your mic, or headphone sound setting you can use it.)
HARDWARE PROBLEM: if above solution doesn't work then it can be hardware problem. to check plug out the speaker jack and slowly plugin . If sound travel from one speaker to another then assume that the problem is with your jack.. in this case you have to replace your speaker.
; ) hope it helps you, pls click on the thumb if you think it should. THANK YOU.
In the lower r/corner there should e an speaker icon you can mute/unmute and raise/lower volume. If not, go to Start menu to Programs to Accessories to Entertainment to Volume control, you can adjust yu settings!
Try putting amp to zone 2 go to set up menu for "variable" volume adjust and turn down the volume with the remote control volume buttons or use the volume control on the amp,this should work,i had the same problem with a YAMAHA amp and this worked.
On my 55 inch rear projection Samsung, there is a menu option to adjust the convergence. There is a manual as well as an automatic option. It is easier to do with the remote control. My Samsung remote has a button called 'perfect convergence' or something like that. you can also get to it from the menu tree pushing the menu button on the front of the set. You need to scroll through all the options to adjust color, contrast, parental control, etc. You should find it.
I assume the same is true on the 37inch samsung.
How old is the set? A number of samusng sets have problems with two large IC's that tend to burn out. This causes the symptom of colored shaddows, tend to be worse the further away from the center of the screen. I just finished doing the repair to my set. If you cannot adjust the convergence, that is most likely your problem.
If the volume buttons work when using the Radio, then the buttons on the Remote are fine.
Now if the volume on your TV is set to MAX and you can barely hear it.
The issue lies with your TV.. ()
Now if I understand correctly or if I am to assume you are using a Reviever.
If the reciever is used for all volumes... If this is the case.
I also assume the volume on the TV Speakers is set to off
Therefore when you use the Radio/DVD the volume control is using the Reciever volume.
and when you switch to TV it uses the TV volume thus the TV volume is not gonna work as well.
1 The TV volume even at max is not giving you enough power to get the low receiver volume
2 the Receiver volume is at max and barely audible.. if this is the case just manualy adjust your TV volume to get it to a decent sound level.
Hard to explain but I know the 2 issues can be fixed.