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My remote for the tv doesn't work. I have replaced the batteries and it still does nothing. what can I do?

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  • james996 Oct 20, 2008

    It is a Sanyo telivision

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Dear

May be ur remote had dade.
U should Purchage a new competible
remote for ur tv set.

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