Question about Toshiba RD-XS34 DVD Player/HDD Recorder
Switched off recorder by accident when turned on again remote control would not activate any function renewed batteries no effect
First check the remote's functionality. The easiest way to do this (if you're a little bit handy with electronics) is to get a small battery-powered amp and a small solar cell from somewhere like Radio Shack. Solder the solar cell to an 1/8" plug and plug it into the amp's input. Turn the amp on and point the remote at the solar cell. If the remote is working, the solar cell will pick up the infrared signals emitted by the remote's IR LED and you will hear a series of clicks and pops from the amp when you press a key on the remote. This is a very handy cheap test device. I always have one around the house.
Posted on Sep 03, 2008
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