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Tv sensor not working ????

Have orig remote for tv and just stopped working. thought it might be remote so bought a universal... and then another one when 1st universal didn't work. tv mfg date is 03/2007... bought it new 06/2007. Any suggestions for arm chair "fix-it" mom????

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Press and hold down the up volume button on the original remote, look at the light (led) on the remote, the light should be lit and slightly pulsing. If no pulse your remote is bad, if you are seeing the pulse try cleaning the ir window on front of tv. Let me know if this helps and please rate this solution. lone99star

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