I found my poloroid remote in the dog's water dish yesterday. I let it dry out for a couple of hours, then upon trying to use it...no response. I doubt that the battery is dead. Should I try to replace the battery first or just replace the remote?
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Try cleaning the buttons of the nintendo Wii Remote using the cleaning instructions below, being sure to follow the directions carefully.
What you will need:
1 clean toothbrush (no toothpaste on it)
1 cup of warm tap water
1 paper towel
Remove the batteries from the Wii Remote.
Get a clean toothbrush (no toothpaste) and a cup of warm tap water (not too hot). Do NOT pour or submerge the Wii Remote in any type of liquid.
Slightly dip the toothbrush in the water (the toothbrush should not be dripping wet) and scrub the area of the Wii Remote around the buttons.
Work the bristles down around the sides of the buttons.
After cleaning the Wii Remote, dry it off with a paper towel.
Let the Wii Remote air dry with the buttons facing down for at least a couple of hours.
Test the Wii Remote for proper response.
Repeat the steps if necessary.
If the buttons are still sticky after cleaning, the Wii Remote will need to be replaced. Our experience shows that this type of problem is usually caused by physical damage and not covered under Nintendo's warranty. You can purchase a replacement at retail stores that sell Nintendo products.
This is a solution for DISH NETWORK users that have the remote that comes with the system.
I just purchased my television yesterday and I did the same, as I spent about 3 hours searching online, and found about 600 codes to try, but ultimately, I didn't want to spend a month programming my remote. I ended up calling APEX the company and they gave me three codes: 591, 594, 11531. 591 didn't work for my tv, and 11531 is five digits meant for direct tv users, but 594 worked on my dish remote that came with the dish system. Hope this helps everyone, try the codes for yourself, you don't need to buy a new remote. I was told if these codes didn't work that you would have to call your cable provider to get the additional codes for your remote. The number I called and spoke directly with an APEX Representative was 866-427-3946.
Direct Dish.... :p only outputs to your TV on channel 3 or 4. This leads to only using Direct's remote. I would suggest to try going over to DISH Network as their remote is much better and will work the TV......
most likely there is a button on the remote that is stuck on. try moving all the buttons to see if they "feel" stuck. if not then take the remote apart and clean the contact pad bottoms and the surface of the board with rubbing alchohol. good luck!
Try calling the Dish network customer support phone number. Only they can tell you the code for the remote you have, that matches the box you have.
If you have the manual for the poloroid it should tell you if the Polaroid is a universal remote and show codes in the manual. If no codes in the Polaroid manual then it is not a universal, so it can not be done.
My 32" hyundai LCD TV will not turn on. The power lead is ok the on / off switch on the side turns the red stand by light on and off. I am unable to get the LCD TV off stand by. I have tried the the stand by button and this does not do anything. Can anybody help.