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My volume knob is working in the opposite direction. When the knob is turned clockwise to increase volume, it instead decreases volume. When the knob is turned counter-closewise to the decrease volume, it increases volume.This problem has just started since I relocated from New York to Florida. If required, do you have a service agent in the Tampa Bay, Florida, area that you could recommened?

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You can go to the following website and it lists a Harman Kardon shop in your area:

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