I buy this damn TV take it home.It was afloor model btw,anyways hook up the tv and the remote
for the tv with brand new batteries in it,nothing
happens?I even bought a universal remote same thing notta?I go back to circit **** and talk
to the manager tell him my problem.He's says
bring back the tv and we will ship it off to
rca for repairs!It will take 4-6weeks!!I said
how about a replacement tv?He said store policy
basically sol..Anyways possibly a remote sensor
in the tv gone bad?My best guess,i dunno but would
like to fix this problem if anyone could help me out here with a solution that be much obliged.
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Re: no remote works my tv?
Sounds like it could be the remote sensor in the set but a look at the data line comming out of the sensor with a scope would tell ya if thats so.. Thney are the omnly ones to fix an rca in your area as its still under a warranty and you can take it anywhere thats authorized for rca unless you bought it as is and if you did you should have tested the whole set.
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Yes it will and your brand of TV could already be in the menu of the universal remote and even if not, they are a piece of cake to setup. We have two different ones in our home as the original remotes had issues with different numbers that stopped working. I would purchase one from Best Buy as they have great customer service and also a good return policy. Regards, Dennis
My simple suggestion to that,you may buy a universal remote control to be able to switch your tv to input,and vice versa.anyway your tv is (sanyo)branded,so you could easily find compatible Rc..he heh..Dods
Turn tv on manually.Test the remote control all functions are dead or some functions work other don't?Tries take the remote control parts and clean the inner rubbers buttons between the rubbers insulater and the remote circuitries board and the battery connections + - connections with some rubbing alchahol.Then wait awhile like 20 mins and putting it back together again and putting in new battery in the remote,it might work again.If getting the same result than the remote CPU chip is probally dead,remote control devices are very depended on it CPU chip.Try website like Remotes.com to buy an original remote for the replacement.
There may not be a code set that applies to your TV' there is no such thing as a 'universal' remote and the farther apart the two are in time, the less likely it is that you will find a code set that works.
A new remote is more likely to have a code set for an older TV but the reverse is not possible.
Your Durabrand AND the Magnavox are both made by Funai so check their website for info on both.
You might also try the brands listed below to see if any of their code sets work, all are made by Funai:
Funai, Symphonic, Sylvania, Emerson, Aventura, Durabrand,
ESA, Magnavox, Insignia, Philipsand Misakai
BTW, when buying one of the remotes claiming to be 'universal,' check the remote manufacturer's website by model number BEFORE buying it to see if they have those devices listed you want to control.
I have a direct tv remote and a universal and cant program either of them to the damn tv it is bull . How can i progam then none of the codes from the book work and none from the direct tv work why can i get a code that works please
I too own the Disney Pirates of the Carribean television. We have it setup in my boys' room so they can only watch DVD's, there is no cable connected to it. However, everytime we turn it on, we have to use the remote to change the input to dvd. The large Mickey button on the remote fell out and my daughter lost it. Without that button, you can't change the input at all. Therefore we have a perfectly functioning television that we can't use.
I emailed Disney and they redirected me to the actual manufacturer of the TV, Starlight Griffin. The phone number is 866-387-1902. I called and within 5 minutes, I was told that I would recieve my new remote within 10 days at NO COST TO ME!!
I went crazy for days trying to figure this out so I had to share that info with all of you immidiately! Good Luck!!