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We have a Phiphs flat screen TV model number 26PF5321/10. There is intermittent lack of control and volume increase up to maximum. What could be the problem?

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Check out the remote for sticking keys if Volume up is stuck the it will stop any other function. Is it possible that the remote has had a liquid spillage if so it will need dismantling and cleaning with Isopropyl Alcohol

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