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I have several controlers in several different colors, but "coincidently" several of the blue colored controls have had the LED lights stop working completely. I am begining to think that many blue colored Sixaxis PS3 controlers were made during a version that had problems with the LED lights going out and no longer working, or simply a bad batch of controlers.
Did you try letting it charge for a while, even if the ligfhts won't light up, then press and hold the PS3 button to check and see if it took the charge?
On my blue controlers, they still charge and still work, but none of the LED lights illuminate anymore.
Solution would be to buy a new controler, or ignore the lights not working.
remote entry wont work because either remote battery is dead or remote broken.cluster light will stay on if head light stay on could have faulty headlight relay or headlight control unit faulty let dealership check it out.
Check the remote control for its infrared emission from infrared LED at its front. Do not assume that the remote control is OK, as the indicator LED on it lights up. It is only an indication that the remote control circuit accepts the keystrokes. Just visit this site [Eectro-help]. You will get all details about how to check a remote control. All details are given there. Pull up older posts there. Search for it either by Yahoo or Google. Make sure that the remote control is correct in all respect first. I assumes that the remote control you possess now is the original remote control of the set. Not a universal one. If it is a universal one, this type of fault can occur, because all universal remote controls won't respond to some functions.
It seems to be a common misconception that the remote is necessary to turn a device on. All devices have hard-wired power controls. Does THAT work? It is unclear which device (remote or the Cinemate) is malfunctioning. If the Cinemate won't turn on by its own power switch the remote won't magically bypass whatever the problem is.
The Cinemate Manual offers some steps to take if it won't turn on, as well as other guidance.
The battery in the remote control is the power source. The remote control is essentially an LED flashlight that turns on and off very rapidly to send coded signals to the controlled device. The light is infrared "colored", which is not visible to humans.
Like any flashlight, it fades out when the battery gets weak. Also, at some point the encoder chip quits working because there is not enough voltage for the transistors inside it to operate correctly.
Some remote controls (programmable models) store setup information in memory. These either use an internal rechargeable battery or capacitor to retain the data for a short time while the battery is changed, or they use an EEPROM for more permanent storage. The EEPROM models would be more expensive, but they won't lose their programming data if the battery is run down too far.
mcdevito75 here, Generally the Ceiling fan motor is hooked up by-passing the wall switch but still to the hot laed going to the wall switch whlie the lights are hooked up to the hot lead after the wall switch, So without the remote, Manually operate your fan and lights. First with the wall switch off the fan should work and the lights no work. Now turn the fan off with the pull chain on the fan shroud close to the ceiling. Now turn wall switch on and lights should work with wall switch and the fan should also work. if so, re-program the remote or change the batteries or even re--place the remote.
in the remote and the fan the little blue box is called a dip switch
you will have to open fans base to access the remote power sender
on both the fan and remote the dip switches have to match in order for the remote to work the fan properly
or your signal will never make it to remote box