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Clean remote


  • How to Clean a Remote Control ' Cleaning Guides www.howtocleanstuff.net > Cleaning Guides Cleaning the remote is a relatively easy task. However, you have to be extremely careful with it so that you do not damage the battery contacts or the circuits.
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    Video embedded ยท Extend the life of your remote control. Fix unresponsive buttons easily by disassembling and cleaning the remote.

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    Remot control working but not properly


    Option 1: Purchase replacement remote
    Option 2: Purchase a universal remote
    Option3: Like most remotes they can be disassembled and the board and rubber pads cleaned with de-natured alcohol and reassembled. This may work but is tedious. Unless batteries have leaked in the remote. Then replacement is your only recourse.

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    Volume control not working properly on my remote control, all other buttons are fine, do I need a new remote or canI get it repaired if so where? Onkyo HT550 unit


    Did u tried disassemble remote control and clean PCB with clean cloth? Also u can take rubber part of remote and wash it carefully in soaped water . While u have it disassembled check for bad solder connections at IR LED on remote controller . Regards .

    Oct 01, 2012 | Onkyo SKS-HT500 System

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    Disassemble or open the remote control Sony RM-YD035


    if Sony Remote RM-YD035 does not change channels or turn off TV, the buttons got dirty coz those are you most used buttons.


    You can repair Sony Remote RM-YD035 yourself. It's quite easy and fast, with perfect result!


    To disassemble or open the remote control Sony RM-YD035, first remove a single screw in the battery compartment. Then use a very thin but strong screwdriver and insert it between top cover and the body at the back part of the battery compartment. Move the screwdriver up and down and slowly move it to the left and to the right and continue along the perimeter. Use two or three such screwdrivers and in 2-4 minutes the top cover plate with buttons will separate from the body/bottom/casing.

    Clean both parts thoroughly. And then gently put them back together in the opposite order. The parts will snap closing.

    You are done.

    Mine is now working perfectly

    Apr 01, 2012 | Sony Rm-yd035 Remote Control

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    My remote control has stopped working ,i have tried new batteries but it not work


    good day... well you said you already replace w/ new battery..try to check the batt. terminals if still intact...if you can disassemble it to clearly check the wires.. if still good I suggest that you replace the infra red LED...goodluck

    Feb 12, 2011 | Abt Television 1745 Remote Control

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    The volume om my jvc remote [ r m - sthc61j ] is not working properly,,what can I do


    i f you know how to disassemble your remote control, you may clean the rubber pads inside, if cleaning wont help, i usually place a small round cut out from an aluminum foil in place of the worn rubber pads switches..

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    Non functioning "zero" button on Logitech Harmony 880 Rf remote


    The problem may be either a stuck "0" button, or the contact on the control board is dirty. You can take the remote apart by removing the screws and slowly separating the top and bottom halves of the remote. There should be 2 screws on the back of the remote (1 is hidden under the battery/cover). If you need further assistance let me know.

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    Sound will not decrease and also menu ok button no longer displays controls for picture & sounds etc


    disassemble the remote. use some alcohol wet paper to clean the printed board and then reassemble

    Oct 25, 2009 | Hitachi HL01453 Remote Control

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    Milk spilled on tv remote controller


    Remove batteries from remote, to avoid further damage caused from liquid on powered circuits.
    Allow the remote with the cover opened to dry for few days. Ideally the remote should be disassembled and the internal parts treated with cleaning solution, or 70% isopropyl alcohol and water. If you do not want to disassemble just let it there to dry up.

    If the remote does not work after that , it means that the liquid had damaged circuits.

    In that case get a replacement remote.

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    Having problem with my gpx remote control for my


    Try cleaning the remote, the button "5" could be jammed (disassemble the remote, clean the rubber pad(s) with buttons, circuit board AND housing, especially the holes through which the buttons protrude, there may be some stuff keeping the button sticked/jammed).

    You can use ethyl alcohol for cleaning.

    regards

    3rq8 (Triarcuate)

    Jul 24, 2009 | Televison & Video

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