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Old 09-12-2017, 01:25 PM
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So my volume **** located on my center console near the pasenger seat is not working. I turn it ...press it... click it left and right I get zilch. I called my service dept. And the rep is at a loss. I asked if there was a fuse his answer was no. Car has 900 miles on it so far. I am bringin the car to them friday. Anyone else had this problem?? This js my first Audi.

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Old 09-12-2017, 05:40 PM
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It happens from time to time. It could be defective. The vehicle is under warranty and they will fix it.
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Originally Posted by wdimagineer View Post
It happens from time to time. It could be defective. The vehicle is under warranty and they will fix it.
Thanks for the reply. So the weird thing is that its working now. I called up the service dept again but they were closed. The car was off for about 45min. I am really hoping this is maybe just a glitch and hopefully not the beginning of underlying problems in the future. Car is 3 weeks old and I just hit
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Never forget that we deal with software. With Windows, we are used to doing the Ctrl+Alt+Del thing at least once a day. So whenever you encounter anything out of the ordinary, do the equivalent of Ctrl+Alt+Del (i.e. MMI **** in plus the Nav and Radio Buttons forward (all at the same time)) to reboot the MMI.
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Originally Posted by BFN949 View Post
Never forget that we deal with software. With Windows, we are used to doing the Ctrl+Alt+Del thing at least once a day. So whenever you encounter anything out of the ordinary, do the equivalent of Ctrl+Alt+Del (i.e. MMI **** in plus the Nav and Radio Buttons forward (all at the same time)) to reboot the MMI.
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Originally Posted by BFN949 View Post
Never forget that we deal with software. With Windows, we are used to doing the Ctrl+Alt+Del thing at least once a day. So whenever you encounter anything out of the ordinary, do the equivalent of Ctrl+Alt+Del (i.e. MMI **** in plus the Nav and Radio Buttons forward (all at the same time)) to reboot the MMI.
Yep, awesome tip! Screenshot from the manual.


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Yep, awesome tip! Screenshot from the manual.


Once again folks... Read your manual.

It ain't rocket science
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Once again folks... Read your manual.

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RTFM! 😮
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