When my remote acted up i removed the cover to check on the batteries tested the batteries they are still good but i put them back [and yes they are in the right way] the remote stopped working at all lost book with codes so need a code to reformat my remote can you help?
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Re: my philips remote does not wok?
The codes are different per manufacture of the TV, you will need to contact your TV manufacture and ask them what the remote code is for their TV. Some will and some won't give this out, as they prefer you buy the original remote.
If you can't find it just Google your brand/model and remote code and you should be able to find it.
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There should be a clear indication on your remote where the battery compartment is. Usually there is a slideoff cover that has to be removed. Some remotes have covers that are difficult to remove. Once you have the compartment open, you can remove the batteries. Check for signs of corrosion inside the compartment and clean it before installing new batteries. Be sure to observe proper polarity when installing new batteries
This may just be a case of a bad electrical connection between the batteries and the contacts in the remote control.
Open the battery cover and remove the batteries from the remote.
Check the ends of the batteries and the battery contact terminals in the remote for any kind of rust, oxidation, or residue buildup. Clean the contacts thoroughly with the the flat edge of a screwdriver to removes any oxidation deposits and make the electrical contacts shiny again.
The shaking may just be jiggling the batteries a little and temporarily improving a bad electrical connection.
If you are unsure of the condition of the batteries, check them with a voltmeter or just put in fresh ones.
dkellogg246, Try the philips website to see if u can download the instruction book or check with local repair shop to see if it even emits any infrared light out of the IR emitter diode!! How many times has it hit the hardwood floor? could be the battery contacts are in bad shape. I'm lucky I have what is known as a hand held IR scope to test output of remotes. But they cost 20 times more than a remote. Let me know what u find out. Kodak used to sell a "IR light sensitive card" detector that would glow pink when IR light hit it. But this "business card" size sheet of detector paper cost $40.00. Good luck! Hope this helped.
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405 502 505 506 519 604 605 705 804 805 903 904 905 906 Good luck. Phillips remote should have instructions on back of battery cover. Let me know how it goes.
I was unable to locate your specific model using the information you provided however here is a link to the Philips website. http://www.support.philips.com/support/html/index_us_en.html
They have a diagram to identify exactly which numbers they need to identify the appropriate manual. From there it should be a simple download to get the information you need.