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Volume using remotes either ramps to max or all the way down

When using remotes, the volume will only ramp to max or to its lowest setting. The manual volume on the TV works like it should. I have removed batteries from the remotes and unplugged the TV for a time hoping that the problem would go away through a reset of sorts but that did not work. Do you have any ideas?

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Go into the service menu and reset the main board.

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