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My tv remote got wet and now does not work. I changed the batteries and the red light came on. now how do I reset? It is rca3273

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SOURCE: MODEL WS-65611 TV DOES NOT RESPOND TO REMOTE.

Is your remote one of the "universal" ones that allows you control multiple boxes?

If so, be sure you are selecting the correct input (TV, DVD, AUX, SAT...etc).

It's also possible that you will have to reprogram your TV to accept the remote's input. This can happen even if the TV and the Remote were sold together. Check your TV/remote manual for the syncing instructions and associated codes.

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