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I have a Sound Problem in my Philips DVD 3266 Model. The Problem is the Sound volume is not increasing even if we keep it very high...Is it a problem with the settings or the DVD?

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Dear Customer,

We have not received any response from you regarding your contact details.


Hence we hope that your concern has been resolved upto your satisfaction.


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Posted on Jan 29, 2011

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