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Volume goes up on it's own

When watching TV, the volume suddendly increased to over 60. I could not turn the volume down or turn the TV off with the remote. I manually turned off the TV and waited for a few seconds, when I turned the TV back on, the volume was still high. I turned it off again and unplugged it and let it sit for a few minutes. I turned it on and it is fine. This is the second time it has happend in the last week. The TV is 4 years old. Is this an indicator that it is going to completely break down?

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