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Check your remote control using a camera or cellphone camera as your eyes. Point the remote control transmitter to the camera and "on " the remote control. A light should emit in the remote control. If no light is present then the remote is not transmitting or defective.But if the remote emits light then the indoor receiver is defective. And try also the reset or rst button if available in your remote control, just press it and try the remote.
Posted on Jan 12, 2009
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