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Why do Some channel have no volume and some do?

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This is not necessarily the fault of the TV but the audio feed signal going to the TV. Note that in most cases the commercials are louder than the actual programs you watch.

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Most likely, you are on the drive channel, so the volume knob will have no effect. Try pushing the "channel select" switch. You should notice the channel indicator lamp (next to the drive knob) turn off. When it is off, you are in the normal mode. Yellow = drive, and red = "more drive."

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To get the most out of this amp, try reading the manual, available online here:
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