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Topic # 9496 22-Sep-2006 16:10
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Has the volume control on the MySky remote stopped working for anyone else? Mine is hooked up through the SCART output and in the last software version the volume control worked fine, but now it does nothing. The volume control bar still appears on the screen but the output level doesn't change. Is this a bug or a permanent change? I can't really be bothered to program MySky into my universal remote but if this isn't going to change I will probably do it, as I hate swapping remotes.

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  Reply # 46663 23-Sep-2006 00:13
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Still works for me. My main complaint with it has always been that it goes down to two thirds from time to time.

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  Reply # 46665 23-Sep-2006 08:07
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VCR or TV SCART, I seem to remember that the VCR one is fixed, for obvious reasons.

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  Reply # 46667 23-Sep-2006 08:36
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JohnPorter: Still works for me. My main complaint with it has always been that it goes down to two thirds from time to time.


The volume will reset to this level when the MySKY reboots. As well as this the decoder reboots to standby. This is so that, if a software download happens in the middle of the night, the decoder won't come back at full volume and potentially wake the TV out of standby or overload your stereo.



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  Reply # 46682 23-Sep-2006 14:10
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cyril7: VCR or TV SCART, I seem to remember that the VCR one is fixed, for obvious reasons.

D'oh, someone had plugged it into the VCR one for some reason. Embarassed Thanks!

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