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If you can turn it on with the power button on the set; either the remote control is not working, or the TV is not receiving the signal (light) from the remote, or the circuitry inside the TV is not processing the remote signal. If the power button on the TV works. 1. replace the batteries in the remote (again) 2. make sure there is nothing in front of the TV
Sharp LED/LCD EEP cleared Step
Remove Mains Plug
Press On/Off Switch from LED/LCD Panel
Press Ch Down & Input Switch together and plug in mains cord
LED/LCD will start
"K" will appier on Screen
Press Ch Down & Vol Down from LED/LED Panel
1/9 Page will appier on Screen
Go to 9/10 page by pressing Up & Down arrow of remote
Select EEP Cleared
Press ok button from remote
On Screen dispay EEP running
Remove Mains Plug after complete EEP Run
REMOTE: Testing remote control: The remote control puts out IR (InfraRed) signal that human eyes cannot see, to find out if the remote is sending out the signal or not you just point the remote at the digital camera's Lens (Digital Camera can detect IR), you should see flashing light on the camera's screen when any one of the remote button is pushed. If you do see the flashing on the camera, then the problem is in the TV IR receiver or the main logic board; more troubleshooting with scope will be needed to look at the signals. Parts: www.shopjimmy.com Check www.remotes.com, http://www.newremotecontrol.com/ for BETTER PRICE than lepricon
The remote control is an acess to the TV device for example only from a distance. A remote controll for functionality would require to insert batteries a power source making possible communiction with devices requiring reception transmittion of signals. The remote is handheld pointed to the direction of TV requiring signal before button pressed woudl achieve response. a common button to start the remote control experience is pressing on the power button, that displays a signal on the TV. The TV should momentarily produce a sound and lighting effect,, and displaying on the dark screen a light blue screen. The initial signal response from remote control to TV indicates devices are functioning as required. Additional buttons on the remote controll could perform functions of several available.
The remote control has master button, menu on which every additional function is deriveable. Once the menu button is pressed with remote pointed in the direction of TV, should dicplay a list of options on the blue screen already established by power button. Every additional remote control device functionality is achievable by only after the first two buttons have been powered and pressed to display option results on a screen of TV. The remote controll buttons remaining perform complementary functionalities. For example, the arrow keys on remote control make movement of the options displayed on the screen, where a comfrimation button or identified as select allows to confirm remote functions displayed on the screen. A remote control could have several functionalities only accessible once made to display in screen. The three most common buttons on a remote control are First power button that powers on the TV, menu button that displays a list of functionalities on the powered on bl;ank blue screen, and using the arrow buttons on the remote would moves an indicator arround the screen area options. The selection button makes confrimation of the option.
Just to provide clarification regarding the IR remote control- unfortunately its the opposite. A brightly lit room can negatively affect the infrared signal the remote uses to transmit the signal from the remote to the receiver- additionally interference may also be caused by fluorescent lighting. Another recommendation regarding IR signal interference is to; power everything off but leave the receiver & your TV on. Then proceed by powering one component on at a time, then testing the remote after each component has successfully been turned on. This process will also help you determine if a component may be causing the interference. Hope this helps! -Kirstie DISH Network
On the little PC board which has the pushbuttons on it, mounted right behind the buttons on the front of the TV, is the remote (IR) receiver. It is a little black box with 3 leads soldered to that board. One pin is grounded, one pin is +5 volts and the third is signal. The signal pin should be a little less than 5 volts, and when you use ANY remote the signal pin should have inverted digital data (about 4.5 to 0). If you measure the signal pin and it is near zero volts, replace the receiver. If the signal pin is around 4.5 volts, replace the remote.