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I am assuming you are referring to the multifunction remote in the video rather than an auto remote. First remedy is fresh, quality (alkaline or better) batteries, If the problem continues, check the contact ends where the patteries go - if corrosion is present, clean the contacts with a scaper/brush/Q-tip with alcohol or whatever you have to properly do the job. An infrared remote, is a line of site remote which means the remote has to face the object that you wish to control; make sure the front of the remote and the sensor part of the unit to be controlled are clean (can use an alcohol swab). A RF remote has greater abilities/range and can work around obstacles. If the remote hase random features/commonly used keys that are difficult to operate, there is probably moisture between the "punch key" and the circuit board which entails taking the remote apart and gently cleaning the back of the rubberized key pad along with the contact areas of the circuit board - I typically use alcohol with a Q-tip. Hope this helps.
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