when i turn on my tv set the volume on my set is either off or full volume there is no in between. volume slide bar in any other position other than the lowest is still in full volume picture is fine but volume is not
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I had a similar problem with my Samsung S3 after a software update. I had to open up my volume settings and even though the slider bars indicated that the volume was at full I slid my finger across as if to turn it up to full. For some reason the slide indicators were wrong and this fixed my issue. I hope that helps.
I'm assuming you have a cable converter box (set-top box) that you have hooked to your receiver. Check the box volume using the cable company's remote control. These boxes frequently have variable audio output, and if you turn the volume down on the box you'll have the symptom you're describing. When you press the volume up or down buttons on the remote, you'll usually see a volume bar on the TV screen. As you raise the volume, there may be a point marked by an arrow, which is where you should set the volume. On some boxes, when you get to a certain level the words "best stereo" appear, and that's where to set it. If your box doesn't have some indication like this just leave the volume set 3/4 or full up. Then the volume on the receiver should function properly with the cable TV input.
First of all, if you have volume controls on the keypad, please make sure you turn the volume up from that location.
Next, locate the Speaker icon next to the time in the lower right corner of the screen. Double or single Click on that and make sure the volume slide bar is all the way to the top. If you right click, you may be able to select volume mixer or something similar, there you will find multiple volume settings, turn all up.
Finally, if you are having this problem when using a media player (Windows Media Player, VLC, Quicktime, etc), there will be a separate volume control within the player itself. They are usually a slide bar underneath the video or graphics display. Turn this up also.
Please note that Laptop speakers are notoriously of poorer quality and lack the wattage of desktop speakers. In turn, it may not be a problem with your laptop. You may need to look into purchasing an inexpensive set of external speakers.
Unplug your tv for at LEAST 4 hours. By doing this you are doing what we call a "master reset", the processor and memory inside are reset. Let me know what has changed so I can further assist you from there.
due to the long time the buttons were not used, they tend to get stuck and this causes channels eighter to stay in one station or continou scanning. it could be resolved by spraying WD40 on the buttons and press it many times then dry it before operating the unit.
Aren you sure that the volume up button is not stuck in . It should feel just like the rest of them A little click? It could still be shorted,or the capacitor across the switch could be defective. If all this seems good then the eeprom, or the microprocessor,or the line or trace going to the volum button could be shorted. This is not a repair you should attempt unless your a tech. Now the button thong can be looked at after the set is unpluged and the back is off, gently slide out the chassis toward the rear of the set just a little and slide it back to see if the button is released. if that dosent help then you will need to take the set to The repair center. Good Luck