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Remote control touch screen is not working - Nakamichi SoundSpace 12 System

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  • apebble19 Mar 25, 2009

    Just got the soundspace12, it's new, and I inserted batteries came with the new product but the touch screen doesn't work. so I bought new batteries but still doesn't work. whatelse I can try to solve this...

  • Anonymous Apr 17, 2009

    Do you have the user manual to show you how to recalibrate the screen?

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Flip ipen the front face of the remote control so that you have access to the buttons underneath. Press and hold the "light" button on the outside right of the remote while pressing the "enter" button to the right of the number "1" button.

THIS WON'T WORK IF YOU HIT THE "enter" BUTTON BETWEEN THE ARROW KEYS.

The screen should now flash PRESS and VCR 2 - press the onscreen key marked VCR 3.

The screen should now flash PRESS aqnd OSD - press the onscreen key marked OSD.

Test all of the onscreen keys. If you find them still unaligned, repeat the process.

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Try changing the batteries the ones that operate the touch screen may be flat once you fit new batteries you may have to calibrate the screen again follow the instructions in the manual

Posted on Mar 07, 2009

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