Question about Televison & Video
I've been trawling the net trying to find a solution to my question. My dad owns a rm-sdr008e remote control for a JVC DVD Recorder, and he's having problems with it, as in certain buttons won't do the job they're supposed to do (ie set up button isn't functioning) or the commands have been switched around (ie mute button opens disc tray) and cannot change from dvd to tv functions. He wants to know is there any way of fixing this? Or even to take it apart? I'd really appreciate an answer, thanks!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: "Input" button doesn't work
hi first of all it is not OUR Product this sites purpose is to Find a solution to a Product with problems we wish to help with your problem! there are some products wich the remote cannot work with you havent signed wuch model you want to control so this is my guess try this remote control code finder: http://remotefinder.rca.com/ enter the unit you need and hopefully it will work if the problem is in the "input" button itself then: 1) open the remote - screws 2) clean the surfaces and check for good connection 3) close good luck
Posted on Mar 21, 2006
Hey there -
I'm using a Vizio GV42LF and I seem to have fixed the problem.
I just worked with the settings, and actually used the Help feature on the remote which helps you sort out the input select issues; I was surprised, but the step by step, "Is the TV on...yes or no", "Is the TV on HDMI1...yes or no", actually fixed the issue.
Now I have volume control on the TV, and can select channels on the set top box, or switch to my HTPC and stereo etc.
The remote itself I find a little cheap; compared to the Vizio remote, it's amazing how hard you have to push the buttons. The Vizio has "soft" buttons whereas the Log. is HARD to press, BUT maybe this is good if you have a little one running around like a madman.
Posted on Feb 07, 2008
Usually this means the conductive contact on the back of the rubber pad has worn down and cannot connect the circuits on the remote controls main board. There are several ways to fix this.
#1 Find some conductive adhesive or paint and carefully paint the back of the button tab ( let dry completely)
#2 Rear window defogger kits are available at most reputable auto parts shops and contain a paintable adhesive which you can apply to the back of the remote control button.
#3 try super gluing a small piece of aluminum foil to the back of the button tab.
I have used all 3 and they all work good.
Posted on Jul 02, 2009
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Posted on Dec 16, 2009
this sounds like it is a hardware issue, try contacting Logitech through e-mail from the website www.logitech.com and sending an e-mail in.
try the following before contacting them:
1. Log into the Logitech Harmony Remote Software on your computer
2. Click on the Downloads button at the top-right corner of your screen
3. Click on the Firmware button. Follow the onscreen instructions to upgrade the firmware on your Harmony remote
4. Once the firmware upgrade is complete, click on the Update Remote button
5. Test your remote.
If this doesnt work, provide them with the following to make sure the process goes as smooth as possible:
The PID of the remote:
The P/N of the remote:
The PID of the RF Wireless Extender:
The P/N of the RF Wireless Extender:
Please Note: The PID (Product Identification) and P/N (Part Number) for the remote can be found either on the underside of the battery cover, or at the bottom of the battery compartment (the battery might be covering it). Your PID number is a character code with a combination of letters and numbers, starting with either WL, WD, or LZ
Posted on Jan 21, 2010
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