Question about Proscan 26LB30QD 26 in. LCD HDTV
Tools needed for the repair. 1 small screw driver and 1 small plastic pry bar. you may also need the use of a small solering iron to seperate the power supply wiring from the main board assembly. There are usually small screws in the back of the unit that must be removed first. When all the screws are taken out you must use a small plastic pry bar to separate the top and bottom sections of the remote. This will usually expose the electronic switch pad that is used to do all the interaction with the electronic controls of the remote.Below these keypads are the actual switches that perform the function. This is usually a small circuit board with a small battery operated power supply on a main circuit board. This is the board that will be having the problem with the control. You should test it first to make sure the malfunction is not some mechanical problem between the switch cover and the switches. Also check the switch to make sure the point of contact is clean and clear .IF this is all working fine. Then you need to replace the unit. The switch is probably damaged internally and cannot be repaired. Replace the switchboard with the new one and reconnecting to the battery power supply. Putting the unit back together by reinserting all the screws.You should now have a functioning remote control. I hope this has helped you with your problem.
Posted on May 21, 2009
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