SL2 Receiver does not light up/rear speakers do not work
SL2 receiver does not light up. All connections are secure. Transmitter blinks. We tried resetting both, transmitter first, then receiver, to no avail. The rear speakers are dead and no light is on the receiver. Help! :)
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My. Is it plug and play? Did you get software with it? Have you contacted the tech support for that component? Ok, now that's out of the way. Try a little alcohol on a cue tip (or whatever you can get in there), something very soft, on the contacts as a first step. Sometimes there IS corrosion that you can't see. Please, no power to the board at that time. Wait 10 minutes and try it. If that doesn't work, take it back. It's too tech to try to fix it without special equipment (very expensive). You can't legally use the chemicals that we did use years ago, but they worked better.
A few things can cause similar problems. Make sure your battery is in good condition and the contacts are clean. Check that there is no obstruction between the receiver and the remote. Sometimes it takes careful pointing of the remote toward the receiver. Interference from other electronic equipment could be all or part of your problem as well.
There is no security on a wireless receiver. Security is set on the wireless Access Point or router. Check your router documentation or talk to the person who manages the wireless network you want to connect to.
If I misunderstand your question please let me know and we take it form there.
Yes, it normally works for me to put the usb into a different usb slot.
This will reinstall the driver for a different usb slot and make it work perfectly!! Make sure it is charged, and that you have powered it off and back on first.
I had the same problem with my Optoma ES566 and solved it by doing the following: 1. Connect the receiver to the projector using the vga cable. 2. Plug in the projector and the receiver. 3. Turn the projector and the receiver on. 4. With the computer booted, plug the USB dongle into an available port. The light on the dongle will flash green and then turn amber when the device is recognized. The projected image should change from the Imation logo to your desktop.
you will need to set up the router first, with a wired connection. Write down the wireless settings for setup later. Then setup the wireless receiver on the PC with the same settings that you had on the router. You should remember that distance, obstacles, etc. will affect a signal. Also, remember that you may not be the only one in your area with a wireless network, so remember to change the channel on the router to something other than the default, and set up security, at least WEP.