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I have a Dynex TV in the bedroom.about 7 years old. sound fades away. Sometimes off and on fixes for a while and sometimes clicking the volume bar increases the sound. all a big pain

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Get a new TV you cheap dude

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I would certainly have a servicer check the Cable/satellite box. I have seen this with Dynex TV. But try this. Power off box, if there is a service card, take out, unplug box for one minute. Plug box in, insert card and power up. If there is no card, do as said...only. Let me know what you find out. Matt of Martins TV Repair.

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SOURCE: Volume bar won't go away

went to hp and talked to a support person who gave me this driver update: ftp://ftp.hp.com/pub/softpaq/sp38001-38500/sp38358.exe.. visit their website this is a pretty common probem....

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SOURCE: 2 year old LG Flat screen TV keeps freezing

It is not your tv its channal 9, switch off totally at the wall, disconnect aerial, turn on - tune into channel other than 9, plug in antenna again

Posted on Feb 04, 2010

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SOURCE: Dynex t. v. the volume control button increases

Make sure this is happening from two sources such as a dvd player and a gaming system as well. If it happens from two sources the speakers are more than likely not working or the sound board will need to be replaced. A cheap way of getting around a repair is by getting a surround sound and running a cablebox, dvd player, and/or your gaming system directly to the surround sound system using it for sound instead of the tv.

Posted on May 07, 2010

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SOURCE: Volume fades out then may come back on-Proscan TV Model#PS35690LW

hello,
this will require you opening the back cover of the television.
Check for dry soldering and re solder in the audio section of the printed circuit board....
Good luck...

Posted on May 24, 2010

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SOURCE: Volume bar won't go away

Open Task Manager
Find "Volume Control"
End Task

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Volume fades out then may come back on-Proscan TV Model#PS35690LW


hello,
this will require you opening the back cover of the television.
Check for dry soldering and re solder in the audio section of the printed circuit board....
Good luck...

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It is not your tv its channal 9, switch off totally at the wall, disconnect aerial, turn on - tune into channel other than 9, plug in antenna again

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