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Remote control issue

Well the problem is that when i put the batterie, the remote doesn't work. So i ckecked the IR LED with my cellphone's cam, and it's all the time on, since I put the batteries. Of course, it doesn't work.

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  • marcos oriozabala Jul 30, 2013

    But it's new, it can't be dirt. Should be another thing.

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The R.control according with your explanation is NOT o.k Since the IR LED only turn ON when you hit any KEY, if the IR LED must TURN ON all the time, you open the Keypads, for dirty, corrosion, oxide, and bad contact. Clean with contacts cleaner solvent and fix it. However if the problem remain , you HAVE a SYSCOM faulty, see the diagram attached. remote control issue - d8b03c5c-f4fe-46b6-8c03-99cce976f29a.gif

Posted on Jul 29, 2013

Testimonial: "But it's new, it can't be dirt. Should be another thing. What do you think? could be a bad design? I went to the shop, the bring another, and we tested, and has the same problem!"

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The LED should light up for every button pressed. If one button doesn't make the LED glow, you may have a bad button - try pressing it firmly. Buttons can wear out. The image of the LED may appear steady or it may pulse or blink on the viewscreen - this is normal.

If the LED doesn't light up, and you know your camera works like this (you've checked a good remote), try new batteries - that solves most problems. Check the battery contacts in the remote - if they're corroded, (white flaky stuff caked on, looks like dried up salt) - you can clean the contacts with a solution of water and baking soda and a Q-Tip. Use a knife to remove any large chunks. Also, some fine sand paper works too. Both the flat contacts and the springs need to be cleaned. Wash any tools (and hands) with soap and water afterwards. Handle corroded batteries as little as possible - or better yet, use gloves.

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