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Extremely loud volume when stereo turned on

When I turn on the stereo by pressing "Standby" the stereo turns on and the volume is extremely loud. I have tried to turn the volume down very low before shutting it off and then when I turn the stereo back on the volume is loud again. How can I adjust this. There is nothing in the instructions manual for this.

My stereo is a: Durabrand HM3817DT CD Home Music System

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It can never be too loud

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