Havent used the remote in awhile. put new batteries in but nothing works. i lost the manual and cant remember how to program the remote. please help! may at least point me in the direction of downloading a manual? thanks,chris
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The picture suggests you may be trying to use an RCA universal remote to control your receiver. If this is correct, you can use the code search feature to find a suitable code. If you search through all codes stored in the remote without success, you may have to try another universal remote. All universal remotes do not store all possible codes.
Sounds like someone may have set the main unit to remote code 2. You will have to set the remote to code 2 as well in order for it to work. Don't know the exact procedure, but should be in the owners manual
Hi William Assuming that you have tried changing the batteries in the remote (and put the batteries in the right way round) then the chances are that your remote control unit has failed. Original Kenwood remotes can be bought here http://kenwoodremote.com/
Universal remote controls are widely available in electrical stores and on the internet. You will need to find the right set up code - you should be able to find the code on the same site.
Try fixing your remote controller, because sometimes when we neglected to replace our remote batteries for a while, it will leak and it will build up on the contacts of the remote pad.
Take off the battery, open the back of your remote, lift the circuit board, clean the green painted part with cotton balls slightly damp with rubbing alcohol as well as the black thingy behind your remote pad, let it dry put it back together, replace with a new battery and try if it works.
Could need a new ir sensor or repair solder connections on the display (ir) board. You can check that the remote is putting out a signal by viewing it with a camcorder, turn the camera on look through the viewfinder and point the remote at it push a button. If it is working you will see a flashing light on the remote.
I couldn't locate any info on your remote, but the usual reset solution if by depressing a reset button that may look like the type your press with a ballpoint pen. check the back and under the battery cover also. If you cant find one, then take the batteries out and leave it overnight and then put them back in the following day and see what happens. If all this fails, please let me know and we can try some more options.
If you can find old Handspring Visor or Palm III Pda ( usually5-20 dollars in trift stores/pawn shops/used gear shoppes ) there is/was a program for it called "omniremote" ( and perhaps others ) that you could draw the outlay of the particular remote and copy the IR-signals from a working remote, so if you could get those 2 ( one of the 2 PDAs , the program ) and borrow a working remote from someone, you could then record and rescue your remoting ability with the PDA. IT is usually good idea to "capture" any particular remote with this kin of setup before they die or get lost. DId this with my TV remote, and once the TV remote died, I could pull the PDA-omniremote recorded out and contiue using the TV like nothing happened. Just a thought,