There are a few reasons why the volume on your Mac might be locked. One possibility is that you accidentally turned on Do Not Disturb in the Notifications settings. Another possibility is that you’re using an app that has its own volume controls and that has locked the volume on your Mac.
If you’re not sure why the volume on your Mac is locked, you can try the following steps to troubleshoot the issue:
1. Check the Do Not Disturb settings:
Open the Notifications panel in System Preferences.
Make sure that the Do Not Disturb checkbox is not selected.
2. Check for apps with their own volume controls:
Some apps, such as iTunes and QuickTime Player, have their own volume controls. These apps can lock the volume on your Mac.
To check if an app is controlling the volume on your Mac:
Open the app that you’re using.
Check the volume controls within the app.
If the app has its own volume controls, make sure that the volume is not muted and that the volume is turned up.
3. Restart your Mac:
If you’re still having trouble, try restarting your Mac.
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