Question about Pioneer CU-VSX158 Remote Control
After i changed the batteries the remote will only control the volumn.the power button does't work nor the other controls which worked before the batteries changed
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: pioneer 530H DVD recorder
You said that you have changed the batteries.
While you're checking the batteries, make sure that the contacts for the batteries aren't corroded or bent. You can clean them with a pencil eraser followed by a nail file. If necessary, gently bend them back to their correct position.
Try these too,
Either the remote or the receptor on the device is not functioning.
1. Use an Infrared Sensor Card to see if the remote is sending a signal.
2. If the remote is sending a signal, it used to control that device, and no other solution works, you should have a service center look at the device and remote to determine the problem and if it can be fixed.
You can visit this site for further support, www.pioneerelectronics.com/PUSA/Support/CarAudioVideo
Hope my info solves your problem,
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Posted on Oct 01, 2008
Well, there aren't many options for fixing a remote control.
If would not be cost efficient to do so either.
I personally do not bother with the factory remotes.
I would recommend you consider a Logitech Harmony remote as a replacement.
These are some of the easiest remotes to setup and use and start as low as $55 on the internet.
Hope this helps...
Posted on Mar 23, 2009
SOURCE: The volume control button on
most used button on your controller could be a victim of grime carefully take apart the controller and gently clean the pickups with an eraser or light alcohol based cleaning solution a little goes along way also flip the button pad and inspect for dirt ok soft drinks are often the culprit hope this helps
Posted on Nov 17, 2010
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