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Rca the volume on my tv goes up by itself

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  • Anonymous Nov 17, 2007

    My TV goes up by itself. If I shut it off for a few hours it will work fine after that. I took a can of air that is to be used on the computers and such and blew it in the remote and on the TV itself. Sometimes when it does this, I have to use the remote and push the volume control on the TV at the same time for it to turn down....

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It may be leaky tac swithches, commonly a technician will replace all on keyboard

Posted on Aug 03, 2007

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Could be stuck volume up button on the remote (try taking out the batteries). Possibly the same button on the TV. Did you recently wash the screen with a solution that could of possibly dripped down to the bottom of the screen shorting out the volume up switch (unplug and let it dry out for several days). If none of these, I suspect a bad system control IC.

Posted on May 18, 2007

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Eeprom porblem my friend take it to a tech for repairs.good luck

Posted on May 18, 2007

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