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"Input" button doesn't work

We purchased your RCR350 Product and it works for both our JVC TV and Pioneer DVD player. The Problem is the "Input" button, which is supposed to enable the TV to get DVD signal instead of cable, does not function. Since We tried both manual and direct programming with no result please provide us with your technical support. Your help is much appreciated. Regards, P. Najafi

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  • Pooyan Najafi Mar 23, 2006

    Thanks for your suggestion. However, as mentioned in our original comment, we've tried every code (direct and manual) and only the "Input" feature doesn't work and as the remote control is brand new it's highly doubtfull that only this particular button malfunctions due ot dust and dirt. Nevertheless, we appreciate your kind suggestion.

    P. Najafi

  • Pooyan Najafi Apr 11, 2006

    I got a way around but not by using the control, you have to use the menue button, and selecting Input.


    Pooyan

  • arunas gaulia Nov 05, 2007

    i programeg TV sanyo and it worked.After, i tryed on HITACHI TV and TV button on RCA remote just lights once,but doesn't come on.Why? And now no reaction on any TV

  • arunas gaulia Nov 05, 2007

    you are idiots asking for asisstens 10 dollars, when the item cost 10 dollar.

  • Anonymous May 07, 2008

    input button doesnt work

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Hi first of all it is not OUR Product this sites purpose is to Find a solution to a Product with problems we wish to help with your problem! there are some products wich the remote cannot work with you havent signed wuch model you want to control so this is my guess try this remote control code finder: http://remotefinder.rca.com/ enter the unit you need and hopefully it will work if the problem is in the "input" button itself then: 1) open the remote - screws 2) clean the surfaces and check for good connection 3) close good luck

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