Question about Hisense TC24FS2H TV
I know this may sound silly but check the batteries. now if you allready changed them and your still having the same problem check the ir signal on the remote. now all you have to do is take any camera( camera phones work just as good) hold it to the ir sender on the remote press any button on the remote and look through the view finder on the camera. you should now see a light go off on the remote through the camera. if you dont see a light then you have yourself a broken remote. if you do then its possible its the tv ir reciever. and may need to be serviced. but hoping its the remote you can always get a replacment remote for cheep.
Posted on Jan 26, 2009
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