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Brooke Smithy Posted on Jun 06, 2007
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Need help fixing the volume on my TV?

We recently moved to a new place and we noticed since we moved that the volume is messed up. Usually we watch tv at the 30-40 mark on the volume and now are having to watch it at 60+. Any advice on how I can fix it? Thanks!

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You are probably using a cable box that has a lower audio output level. If thats the case have the cable company fix it.

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