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I have a Westpoint SPG131HP. The remote control cannot switch the indoor unit on and no beep is made (remote controller is fine b'cause it works on other units). The a/cond works if switched on from indoor unit on 'Forced Operation' mode.

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The receiver was tested on another indoor unit and it didn't work. Problem was therefore located. Replaced the 'eye' on the receiver in the indoor unit.

Posted on Jun 22, 2009

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    Jennifer Tsung Mar 08, 2014

    Where did u order the "eye"?

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