Question about Televison & Video
Thank you for your response regarding "totes, Whistle Key Finder only responds 10 inches from my mouth". I received this device for Christmas. It did not seem to be working properly. I looked it up on the Internet and found it under Boscors, totes Whistle Key Finder with LED light, item number 161295. This is an electric key finder with a keychain attached. It is black plastic with a brushed gunmetal center for the control area. When it is switched on, a black button activates an LED light. Below the black button is a slot that I assume receives the signal when you whistle, and activates a beeping sound and flashing light. The alarm action went off when I whistled within 6 to 10 inches of the device. However, the e-mail that I received from one of your representatives stated that the activation range should be 40 to 80 feet. My device does not respond past 10 inches from my face. What must I do to increase the range and make the device functional? I found no directions within the packaging. Please advise. Thank you, Larry Anthony
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
had this problem too. if you have a lamp or light near yor reciever then turn it off. too check turn all your lights off in ur house living room
Posted on Sep 19, 2010
SOURCE: #1 remote in IR Mode,
It sounds like it may be an interference issue with the IR. Some LCD TV's can cause interference with an IR signal which will cause problems with the remote. Something you can try to fix is disabling the Auto Back-Lighting feature on the TV itself and see if that helps. If not, the easiest way to fix would be to make the TV1 remote UHF.
This would require a 21.0 remote as a 20.0 is IR only. Look on the back of the remote at the top to see what model you have.
With a 21.0 go to System Information. On the back of the remote inside the battery cover is a switch that says IR And UHF and make sure the green 1 is showing. Flip it to UHF and press Record 3 times. The Primary Address should now have UHF in it. Try the remote and see if it works.
If it doesn't or you continue to have problems you can post here or email me at email@example.com
Posted on Apr 13, 2011
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