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The bulb is out. You can purchase on amazon for around $20.00. It is a very simple fix. Should take about 5-10 minutes

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The volume button on the remote or the TV is stuck. Try this first, Turn the TV on from the TV (put the remote in a different room) now turn it down from the TV if the volume stays down, the remote up volume is stuck. If it stays loud The main TV board needs to be replaced. If it stays down carefully take the remote apart. check for tiny screws in the batteries compartment if no screws it all clips. Now clean the remote (try not to touch the curcit board).

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Do you have the model number available? It should be on the back or bottom of the unit. Before adjusting, clean the heads and verify that the tape is running at the proper height past each head. There are three head assemblies to inspect: the rotating video head, the stationary sync head, and the stationary audio head. The sync signal is on the top edge of the tape and the audio signal is on the bottom edge. If the sync head or an adjacent guide pin has come loose, that could cause tracking problems.

Caution: the video heads are very delicate. They're located in the slots at the bottom edge of the rotating drum. Use a foam-tipped swab with straight isopropyl alcohol, and gently wipe the heads in the same direction as the tape goes (do not wipe perpendicular to the tape direction; you could snap the head off if it snags on the swab).

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Sounds like its overheating.
Are the fans working properly?

Did you buy a quality bulb (or one of the cheap junk bulbs around $20-$30?)

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Yes it is. It's a cheep fix. The fans are on ebay. If you have the manual for the TV. Look in the specs for the TV and locate the fan. You will see the voltage and rpm of the motor. Most likely it will be a 12v dc fan. It has two to four screws holding the fan. And a small plug. I hope this helps you in some way. THE CB SHOP OF COLEBROOK NH. Via Facebook.

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Shorted circuit board.

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Could be you need to set the output volume on your receiver for the soundbar. Most receivers allow volume output for each speaker

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Go to this link, find the manual and follow the instructions.

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It's been a lot of years since I worked on an HS-U65, but I'm pretty sure it only plays NTSC VHS Tapes.

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