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I have sound but no volume control. 0 is mute but when I move the volume level to 1 it is the same level as 100. It is either on or off. It is loud enough to be heard as long as there is no noise elsewhere. Have tried all the sound controls in options. Nothing changes it. Help anyone?

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  • coffee4us2 Oct 02, 2008

    My Prima Q328 also has good picture but sound is either Off (Mute) or on. Level 1 is the same as level 100 but very low. There is also buzzing and clicks coming through the speakers that appears to be a bad capacitor.



    Where do we start looking to fix? Will the Monitor Output have the same problem on the Audio?

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If you know how to solder, try to solder the system ic an the sound ic but be careful of short circuit.

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I have bpl ftr21 tv
I have sound but no volume control. 0 is mute but when I move the volume level to 1 it is the same level as 100. It is either on or off. It is loud enough to be heard as long as there is no noise elsewhere. Have tried all the sound controls in options. Nothing changes it. Help anyone?ans will sent my e-mail id- supravat2007@gmail.com

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