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I have a samsung 32 lcd tv from 23 month and is out of warranty, it is decreasing volume to 0 by it self can you please tell me what is the problem. i already did take off batteries from remote.

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Unplug your set and take the back off. Look for a pinched wire that would run from the key board to the main board. This is the most likely cause. If you find pinched wires, free them up and wrap some electric tape around the wire or wires that are pinched. If this does not fix your problem, then you need to replace the keyboard.

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