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Re: tv remote has range of only two inches
It's pretty clear that the problem is being caused by the TV's receiver, not the remote.
In some sets, the receiver is on a separate small board with the IR detector and its immediate circuitry.
If you can access that board (after leaving the set unplugged for at least a couple of hours), it will have an assembly part number and you might try ordering that from JVC although support for CRT sets is on the decline.
Removing the rear housing isn't tough; there are perhaps a half-dozen (Phillips) screws to remove around the edge and possibly another one or two toward the center of the input panel.
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I assume that since you do not have remote you cannot choose another AV channel on your TV. If so you can use the RF input using a RF converter to AUDIO /VIDEO or if not the sky input must be shared through a VCR/DVD or multimedia/DTS amplifier
Although I've had some success soldering a few of those lugs back into place, it will be more dependable to replace it with a new part. The TV says, "no user serviceable parts inside". A technician would be your best bet. He should give you an estimate in advance.
Just press the buttons on the TV randomly, sometimes this combination works in starting the TV w/o a remote. After that use the remote for the dish to flip channels, but you will have to set the sound manually from time to time.......sodeep
On some sets you can use the menu button to enter the menu and navigate to the page which shows what input is currently selected and change it there. If your set does not have that option, then you will need the remote to do it. I have found that on some universal remotes, the TV/VCR button switches the inputs on the TV when the remote is in the TV mode. If that button does not work on your remote for your set, and you have tried all possible codes for JVC TVs, then the only way to switch inputs is to invest a few dollars more and get an original remote from JVC or have the set repaired so that the input button on the TV functions again.