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Instructions roboreptile will not respond. Tried new batteries. The remote lights up but when switching roboreptile on it does nothing.

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Sounds like the sensor on the television has gone bad, since it works for the VCR. Try a universal remote that you can program the TV and VCR codes into and try it out. If it works for the VCR and TV then you know it's the remote, if the TV still isn't responding then your TV sensor is toast.

Posted on Jan 03, 2008

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If the fan is not responding to the remote. Then it is the controller inside the fan. To order a replacement part contact "King of Fans" who owns the warrenty for Hampton Bay. The number is 800.749.3267 for about 43.00. Hope this helps.

Posted on Jun 08, 2008

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We have had two of these tvs break within 2 days of purchase, in our case both times it seems to be a backlight failure. Did you wall mount your tv? If so when you take the base off it leaves a hole in the casing leaving circuitry visible. I think it's very easy to damage the ciruitry.

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SOURCE: my 32" sharp lcd doesn't respond to the remote

Ok I just dealt with the Sharp customer support for this problem. 1) You need to unplug the TV for 1 full minute and remove the batteries from your remote aswell (this will reset the system)
2) Hold the power button on the remote for 30 seconds with the batteries still out of the remote and the TV still unplugged
3) After the 30 seconds replace batteries then press every button on the remote beginning with the power button in order from left to right and top to bottom (same way you read)
4) Then plug your tv back in and try the remote again.... and the remote and TV should be back in sync.

... let me tell you I thought the lady was crazy when she was telling me this but it worked!

Posted on Jan 01, 2009

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