Question about Televison & Video
Check the remote control for its infrared emission. If found no infrared emission, check its battery compartment, and clean the battery contacts. If battery contacts have been accumulated with dust or dirt, the remote won't work, as there will be no supply to its internal circuit. http://electronicshelponline.blogspot.com/. Check this link. It has one post, that describes how to check and repair a remote control. Pull up older posts there.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Dish Network Remote
not every remote is capable of controlling every unit via remote codes. however, there is a set up in the manual that takes time to use. basically you will use the output from one remote to establish the same output for the new remote. its a step by step process. try a universal remote such as theater master which allows you to use a computer to control functions by assigning them to certain keys. this will be far easier. the mx700 is a capable unit for complex functions on multiple equipment and has a screen to guide you during actual use as to what each key is going to do. you will set up the specifications yourself, such as channel up or channel down, or menu or guide. you get to use already established key locations or choose from 10 along side the screen to state whatever you want, and then after its set up, those buttons do the work you programmed them to do.
Posted on Dec 24, 2007
SOURCE: Vizio L32 HDTV 10A-remote
Try a new Remote control, and if that doesn't fix the problem, it may be a remote sensor in the set. Hope this helps. Have a great weekend
Posted on Jan 07, 2008
Try this combination.
1) Start with the cable box turned on and TV on tuned to the cable box.
2) Press the POWER button for the cable box and then quickly press the MENU button.
3) This should bring up the user setting menu. Use the arrow keys on remote to go to Closed Caption and press right arrow button this should bring up the closed caption menu.
4) Press the OK button and this should either turn CC on or off.
5) Once Closed Caption is turned off press LEFT ARROW button to return to User Settings Menu.
6) Press the POWER button to turn the Cable box back on and the Closed Caption should be gone....
Posted on Jan 19, 2010
Actuly you can get the remote to work with your TV. I also have direct tv and a vizio and my direct tv remote works the tv. I need to get you remote model # to be able to help you program the remote. Once I have that I will give you the instructions on how to program it. Please add a commet when You can provide it to me.
Posted on May 09, 2010
Hello I have had the same thing happen, but if you use the input button on your remote you can switch to another device or regular tv and use the channel up and down. Hope this helps.
Posted on Feb 15, 2011
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