Volume indicator indicates bacwards

Volume indicator starts at 60 (no volume) and counts backwards to 1 (full volume) What do I do to fix the problem? Or is there some good reason as to why the volume is indicated this way?

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From the units I've seen, home receivers are just set up that way. I'm sure someone will have a better answer after me. If you look carefully, it will probably be a negative 60, rather than positive. That's the experience I've had, anyway.

Basically, each decibal is a ten-fold increase in sound. If no sound was labeled as zero, ten times that would still be zero. So the loudest volume is used as a reference instead.

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Try reversing the lead in wires.

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