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Check the remote control for its infrared emission. If there is no emission, the remote control is faulty. It there is, the remote signal sensor inside the the set is faulty. If
you wish to get more details, check this site linked below. Pull up older posts
there. Check the site with patience, as
it has over 2350 posts now. All are
related to electronic equipment repair help.
If you search the site in Timeslide option, which can be selected from
the drop down list at the top left of the display window, it will be easy to
locate the related post. You can also
do a search by type in the brand name to your device into its search box at the
top right of display window. There is a post about how to check and repair a remote control. It has all details. Look for it. Pull up older posts.
Posted on Apr 29, 2013
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