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Sound problems Can only turn sound up or down manually, will not pick up any remote signal to be turned up or down. remotes will work everything but sound, i believe it is a receiver problem

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If the remote can work other functions of the receiver then check the owners manual, it may tell you how to reset the receiver.

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Hi, since both remotes suddenly fail, I am assuming the problem is more than likely with the received rather than the remotes.

If you do wish to check your remotes, then point your mobile phone camera at the remote's Infrared lens and press one the remote's buttons. Your mobile phone camera is able to detect Infrared light and in case you remotes are working properly, you should see light coming out of your remote's Infrared lens.

Make sure that no direct sun light is on your receiver because that can effectively block out the signals from your remote controls.

Try the following method to reset your receiver. Unplug your receiver mains cable from the mains wall socket; power your receiver on by pushing the on/off button (nothing will happen obviously) and leave it like that for say 30 minutes. By that time all capacitors in your receiver will have discharged. Plug your received mains cable in the mains wall socket.Push the receiver's on/off button and see if it know responds to your remote controls.

If the problem still persists, you may have a failed Infrared receiver LED. That component can be found inside your receiver. It will take some basic elelectronics skills to get this component replaced. A service manual can help you. You can download it for free from this website: http://elektrotanya.com/pioneer_vsx-32_33.pdf/download.html

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Try cleaning the little window where the
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HERE'S THE ANSWER TO YOUR PROBLEM:

1. In case the batteries are dead, remove it.

2. In case, there is something blocking the receptor on the main unit, remove it and clean the area in front of the receptor.

3. In case the remote is too far from the receiver or at too extreme of an angle, move it closer to the receiver (within 23 feet) or change the angle (within 30 degrees) to the receiver.

4. In case a fluorescent or other bright light is shining on the receptor on the main unit, turn off the light or shield the receptor.

5. In case the device has a keylock or lockout feature turned on, check the display for a key or lock symbol, then follow the instructions in the device's user manual to turn off the keylock or lockout feature.

6. Either the remote or the receptor on the device is not functioning:

a. Use an Infrared Sensor Card (Cat. No. 276-1099) to see if the remote is sending
a signal.
b. 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
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c. If the remote is not sending a signal and you have replaced the batteries, you
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I hope this solution works! Thanks!

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It seems like the volume button is stuck on the remote itself. If you can, try and clean the remote and see if you can free that button.

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When using codes from a multi unit remote from say... the cable company, you have to check all the various codes for that brand. Some will turn it on but not off some will work the volume but not the menus. try manually inputing all the codes for that brand. Its a tedious process but the auto setup is not going to allow you to test all the functions like you should before commiting to one code. your remote should have come with a brochure containing all the codes for your particular type of unit and brand. Good Luck!

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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.

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