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The volume is not consistent. It sometimes gets so loud you can hardly stand to be in the room. Makes it necessary to keep the volume control in your hand almost all the time. Also the people look more yellow than they should.

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Sounds like you need to have your AV Main board checked or replaced.

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michael

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