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Take the remote control aparts,take some Q tips dips it in with some rubbing alchahol.Clean the remote control PCB board,putting it back together again,wait like 20 mins.Put in new batteries.The remote now should work again.If not it garbage,because it CPU chip is dead.Try website like Remotes.com to buy an exact remote to ur original remote.
For remote control concerns. You can try to reset your remote control but be shure before you reset your remote your tv should be unplugged from the power outlet. So here are the 4 steps to reset your remote:
1. remove the batteries,
2. press and hold the number 1 button of the remote control, thus draining all the remaining electricity.
3. put the batteries back in.
4. plug the tv on the power outlet then turn the tv on and try the remote control.
Now if these steps do not work check the warranty of the tv and have your remote be replaced if it's under warranty and if not you can try to purchase a universal remote control that supports RCA tv's.
Assuming you have changed the batteries, you might try blowing around the edges of the keys with "canned air" spray.
Most likely you can go to a drug store and buy a "universal" remote that will serve as a cheap replacement.
NOTE WELL: check out the "universal" remote's labeling and online to make sure it is compatible with your set BEFORE buying.
First, test that the remote is actually working. The easiest way to do this is to point it at a switched on digital camera and look at the camera display. The remote uses infra red light which the human eye cannot see, but digital cameras can. As you press a button on the remote, you should see a glow coming from the remote in the camera display.
If it is working, it is probably a fault in your TV - not a DIY fix so take it to a repair shop.
If it isnt working, you'll need a new remote. A genuine Panasonic replacement will be expensive so you may opt for a universal one. However, universal remotes wont support all the functions the genuine one does.
I know this may sound silly but check first the new batteries are in the right way around, secondly some remote control have a TV/VCR switch to operate both equipment, make sure it is in the TV position (you did not mention the model of your TV, only certain models have this on the remote). If it still does not work the infra red sensor may be at fault inside the remote, you can take the remote apart & try to resolder it but it can sometimes be a bit awkward.