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TV remote will not work properly

My TV remote will turn the TV on and off but it will not perform any other funcions. I can not get to the device menu to connect to the DVD player. I have checked the DVD player and it works properly in other TV in the house and i have PIPed devices and it showes the picture for the DVD player but only on half of the screen. After several tries of the remote not responding, the TV will just turn off by itself. Please Help.

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I have a Mitsubishi WD-52725 TV, too, and have experienced the same problems with it. My solution to the remote not responding is to push the reset button on the front of the TV (to the left of the Power button) with a paper clip and wait for the green light to stop blinking (about 1 minute). Then, turn it back on and try the remote again. Recently, my remote stopped responding when pushing certain buttons on it. I removed the batteries, and all of the little screws including the one inside the battery compartment and gently cleaned the contacts inside the remote and the circuit board with a cotton swab dipped in alcohol. After putting it back together, it works fine now.

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