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I bought a full function radio controlled toy car 27/49MHZ and it does not work. I've put all new batteries in it and it still does nothing. Can you help me with this problem

I don't understand the 27/49 MHz reference.
Most radio control is 27 MHz.
Licence-free personal communication is 49MHz and in the real world the two frequencies are oceans apart.

Dual frequency band might be a good idea for a full function toy car but usually, considering a manufacturer doesn't often make something better than it needs to be, a radio control tends to be either one thing or the other and not both.

If the cars are available as either 27 or 49 MHz, don't ignore the possibility you might have a radio control that doesn't match the car.

Such toys are rarely built to anything but a mediocre or low quality and faulty goods are far from unknown. It would be wise to know something about what you have and how it works and reading the instructions thoroughly would be a good start.

Don't assume the batteries are all good and test them before fitting them. Ensure the batteries are fitted the right way around first time - the wrong way around could cause terminal damage to the electronics even if only for a few seconds.

Dec 28, 2017 | Toys

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If I buy two rock crawlers for my kids will the signals from the remotes interfere with each other?

If they are on the same channel then yes. Most rc cars have a sticker or some other marking on the box if they are available in different channels. Usual they use 27mhz and 49mhz bands. Some use one band but have a switch to change the coding used...but this is usually also indicated on the box.

Dec 05, 2016 | Televison & Video

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Can I order replacement remotes? The red robot is a 49MHz and the blue robot is 27MHz.

sorry you have to contact the manufacturer . and we do not know who that was

Jun 29, 2015 | Toys

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Remote and car different transmitting channels

Either the controller or the car has to be exchanged so that both operate on the same frequency.

Dec 30, 2013 | Sharper Image Blue Hat Toy Company Kids...

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I need a replacement remote for a Jeremy McGrath Tyco X-treme cycle

I had the same problem and found I was able to use a remote from a similar Tyco R/C toy. Many of these R/C toys from the same manufacturer and era have compatible control signals and will work with another's controller if they are using the same frequencies. I found a similar 49Mhz Tyco remote from a local thrift store and it works for me, perhaps you can as well..

Jan 24, 2013 | Tyco Toys

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When i turn on the power switch fans on high and the light is on the remote does nothing heater on it stopped working a yr ago

Call the company, then buy another fan without remote control or heater

Reiker ceiling fan warranty is 1 year limited:

Reiker troubleshoot is zero help:

Troubleshoot section page 15 of manual is zero help.

Oct 23, 2012 | Reiker Dryers

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Can this remote (hunter 27157) be paired with a fan that is already installed and has a remote. I want to use it as a backup. the remote i have is not a 27157.

I know you can use many different remotes of the 27157 model to control one receiver. There are several different reason why you may not be able to use the remote from one brand/model with another. The first is the frequency range may be different. One could be 27mhz and another could be 49mhz. Another reason is the code that is sent to the receiver by the remote to turn on the light or the fan varies from manufacturer to manufacturer and even from one model to the next from the same manufacturer. This is so there is less chance one remote/receiver commbination will interfere with another in the same location. That is why I say you will be very lucky to find an off model remote to work with your receiver.

Aug 06, 2010 | Hunter 27185 Remote Control

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Light remote control stopped working

most of my fan controls have done this to me. you know the reciever is working cuz the fan works fine. you need to dis assemble the remote completely and clean the contacts for the light button. mine are two small black dots that seem to keep getting slimey and wont work till i clean them, then all works like brand new again.

good luck.

Aug 21, 2009 | Hunter 52" Ceiling Fan With Light And...

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Remote Start on '93 Legacy Wagon Quit Working

you will have to do a number of elctrical tests to determine signal is being recieved etc.All the tests can be done with a cheap testlight'/probe.Some of the recievers/activators have internat/external fuses.The first test should be to check that the reciever/activator has a good supply of power.try that first and let me know if you need more assistance

Oct 19, 2008 | 1993 Subaru Legacy

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