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Switch off with the main power switch. Remove the stylus. Remove the rubber feet. They prise out gently with a fine tipped flat blade screwdriver. Undo the two screws beneath. It should now be possible to use your nails to split the clamshell case. Start at the end that was screwed together. Work the case open as if it were hinged at the IR emitter end.
Remove the batteries and look around including inside the battery cover for any small screws.
Remove all screws - Even If there isn't any screws.
You need a fairly wide but thin flat bladed screwdriver to split the case. Place the blade of the screwdriver between the two casings of the remote control and gently twist the blade and the case will begin to split apart. work it loose - but don't foce it apart. Apply even pressure around the remote control with the blade of the screwdriver.
Once you have seperated the two halves - clean the rubber buttons with either Meths or Isopropyl Alcohol and also clean the circuit board with the same where the buttons make contact with the circuit board. Then reassemble. Your control should then be ok!
The two screws inside the battery compartment would not really hold the case together. Try using two flat screwdrivers working on the side of the remote control; one levered open a bit and the other slipped in further and levered more to split it open. I think a blunt knife may also do the job; but never a sharp one because it will be too dangerous.
There should be small screws (usually phillips head) at either the top, bottom or both ends of the back of the remote. Unscrew those and pry loose. If not, they will be under the batteries, inside the battery cover.
Hello, After you remove the 2 little black screws, must use a 'minus' (-) screwdriver. This screwdriver must be pushed between the 2 semi parts (shell) of the remote body and gently rotate until they get apart little by little. Must do this around the remote control body.Success!
Not having seen that particular one, remote cases usually have a couple
screws under the battery to lock the case together and then a number of
plastic tabs around the perimiter that hold the joint closed.
find the screws (sometimes they hide them under labels) - I don't know
what it is about screws that manufacturers don't like to show.
Either think they are not cosmetic or don't want us take-it-apart
maniacs to get in. Anyway, get the screws loose then (this is the
hard part) carefully pry open the case joint, feeling where and how the
tabs snap out and then be careful not to have everything inside go
flying when the last one lets loose. Almost impossible to not
leave little gouge marks in the joint.
Hope Ya Fis It!