Question about Televison & Video
I assume you are speaking of the sensor (on the TV) which picks up the remote box commands, or the infrared LED (on the remote) which transmits the commands. Which ever the case, it sounds like a broken & intermittent solder connection where the device solders onto the circuit board. Most of problem I've seen is the remote box end of things.
You will need a solder iron, solder, and a little soldering expertise to fix this. The remote box might have one or two screws, otherwise the case is usually a snap together, and sometimes frustrating to get apart.
If the TV end of things, then you must unplug the set, take the back cover, and carefully remove the main chassis, and note where the sensor is.
Hope this helps!
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