Question about Televison & Video
It an IC that controls the amplitude to your volume. It's purpose is to regulate the volume and lower it for like commericals that will blow you out of the chair, and raise it for the mushy love scenes. It usually doesn't work when it's new and about the only time it does anything is when it does what you described. It's probably incorprated into a larger IC now. I could fix it, but I don't think they will let you e-mail a TV. Don't get taken for to big of a ride in there. Tell the TV Tech that the volume Limiting IC or the part of the IC that has that function in it is malfunctioning. Ask if that function is in a seperate IC or incorparted with another bigger IC!
Get an extimate-figure how long you have had it and see if it's cost effective to fix that vs buying a new one. The average life is 10 years, However most will last longer, Tech's note--The hardest thing that be done to a computer or TV is to be turned on and off! dhgill1949
Posted on May 22, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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