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Normally, when the light does not come on and nothing happens, it means that there's a fault connection inside the remote somewhere critical (Meaning a wire is not touching where its supposed to.)
My brother fixed several remotes, but he's an electronic whiz and used a good deal of soldering. Give the remote a few good taps (smack it on your hand, never hit hard surfaces), and see if it makes its connection again, even for a moment.
Whether or not this is the problem, it sounds like you'll be needing a new remote. I suggest going to walmart or best buy and talking to an employee about remotes and which ones work for which televisions, and then order one for a decent price online.
Sidenote: Make sure that the batteries are in correctly. Make sure that the springs in the battery compartment are functioning as they should and the batteries aren't sliding around, even a little.
I don't have a solution but do have the same problem.
I took it in a reputable shop and they told me the main board was gone and they could not get parts for it.
I just found out that Jensen is a Audiovox trademark.