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MY honeywell CM727 is not working properly the remote seems to have lost signal with the LED box what can I do

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SOURCE: Hi, it looks like my LED tv constantly receives a signal from the remote as the ON/OFF led is blinking constantly. Buttons on tv itself don't function properly.

The TV is in protection mode (there is a fault) and needs to go to a technician for appraisal

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My freesat remote just stopped working. Ive put new battries in, turned box off and on, disconnected and reconnected it but the remote just wont work anymore please help me


Have you got a video camera? Here is the trick to find out if the remote doesn't really work, or it's the TV that is not picking up the remote signal. Most remote use an infrared led to beam signals to the TV's. And this trick will show you whether that remote's LED is actually working. You and a friend or member of the family is all you need to begin testing your remote. Ask your friend or family member to hold the remote and you hold the camera on without recording. Point the remote about 5-6 feet from the camera. You watch the camera monitor screen while your friend or family member presses the On button or presses the buttons that you think are not operating the TV. With a dim room light, you should be able to see a flickering light coming from the remote in the camera screen. If it's hard to see, which I doubt, since remote infrared LED are pretty bright, you can turn your room lights off and try again. If the flickering LED from the remote is seen and is bright, then try all the buttons on the remote, or at least try the ones that you say are not working with the TV. If all is well, then there is nothing whatsoever wrong with the remote, but chances are that though the remote may beam out infrared light, it doesn't mean it is the right frequency for the TV. It could have lost the frequency and no longer sends the correct signals for the TV. However, the problem can also be with the TV remote's LED receiver. This falls into the hands of a technician's inspection on whether the receiving end of the remote is effective or needs replacement. In this part, you need to have the TV checked.

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Ever wondered if your radio / TV / Receiver / DVD remote is still working? You've changed the batteries and still it does not seem to operate. Test it like this : Using your digital camera or cellphone camera point the infra red LED of the remote into the camera as if to take a picture of the remote like this:

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Operate one of the buttons on the remote and watch the remote through the viewer and you should see this:
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The LED will be flashing rapidly if the remote is functioning. This is because the infra red signal sent by the LED is not visible to the naked eye but is to the camera's circuitry. Magic!! Now go try it. You know you want to. ;-) ps This will not work on your vehicles remote fob as it works with radio signals and not infra red light.

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Look at the heater to see if the thermostat is closing the heat relay

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The weather Forecast Icons don't change on my honeywell weather station model # TE852W


Hi,

This problem could arise due to various reasons
1)Replace the batteries in remote sensors
When the batteries are properly installed, the remote weather sensor will resume sending signals to the main unit.To enforce an immediate remote signals search, press and hold
DOWN on the main unit.

2)Remote thermo-hygrometer sensor could be weak in sending the signal about weather Forecast.Test it properly.

3)Reset the unit and check


post a comment for further assistance.
Thank you for using fixya have a nice day:-)

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what's happened here is the cm61 ng and the reciver box have lost there connection you will have to "rebind" them then it will be fine -




THE BINDING OPERATION DESCRIBED BELOW IS REQUIRED IF:

· Any of the system components (room unit or relay box) are replaced

· HC60NG has incorrect or no binding data stored (e.g. when pre-bound system pack components have been mismatched)

· Interference with the RF signal has caused a communication failure

During the binding procedure keep approximately 1m distance between the room unit and the HC60NG

1 Turn off mains supply to HC60NG for 10 seconds. Re-connect supply.

2 Press and hold the HC60NG push button for 15 seconds to reset previously stored data. The red LED will start to flash at 0.1 s on/0.9 s off. Release the push button.

3 Press and hold the HC60NG push button for 5 seconds to enter the binding mode. Red LED flashing at 0.5 s on/0.5 off confirms the binding mode has been entered.

4 Move the CM67NG slider to the OFF position (CM61 push the OFF button) and press the TEMP , TEMP and PROG 1 buttons together. The CM61/67NG will display InSt.

5 Press the i button to send the binding signal. The red LED is switched off on the receiver box to confirm the successful binding operation. If the red light still flashes push the repeat steps 1-3 and press the the i button until binding is successful.


hope this is helpful

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The problem is that the 2 units are "not speaking to each other". this could be caused by low batteries or a loss in signal caused by a powercut or an objection in the way of the 2 units.

first you need to turn the power off to the r666od (or otherwise known as the HC60NG) for 10 secs, then turn back on. then hold the grey button in for 15 secs. release then hold in for a further 5 secs.

go to the honeywell cm61 press the off button. hold temp up. temp down and prog 1 in for 3 secs until the dipslay goes to INST. at this point release all 3 buttons then press the i button until a beacon starts flashing.

this is now the end to your problem.

N.B the reason the green light was on is because the man override button will have been pressed.

hope this helps

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If the red


Sorry guys but I went and bought a replacement set top box for $20

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On the little PC board which has the pushbuttons on it, mounted right behind the buttons on the front of the TV, is the remote (IR) receiver. It is a little black box with 3 leads soldered to that board. One pin is grounded, one pin is +5 volts and the third is signal. The signal pin should be a little less than 5 volts, and when you use ANY remote the signal pin should have inverted digital data (about 4.5 to 0). If you measure the signal pin and it is near zero volts, replace the receiver. If the signal pin is around 4.5 volts, replace the remote.

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