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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There are two ends to an infrared remote system and the problem could be at either of them.
If you have an electronics service company in your area, they will probably have a simple tool available that can detect whether your remote is sending any pulse trains at all. These device (testers) can only determine if there is some kind of IR output, not whether it is the desired one.
But, if the remote is working at all, it is probably OK.
If the remote checks OK, then the other end, the IR receiver in your set is bad.
If you find the remote really is defective, this company might be able to supply you with a new one or a known substitute:
Posted on Nov 21, 2009
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