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I change the batteries in the remote and now unit will not turn on?

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  • Jim Rattz Apr 30, 2015

    The remote is working.

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1. Check if you inserted batteries correctly
2. Check if batteries are good. sometime you buy them new and they are defective. So buy a set of new batteries from another source or test batteries on another device

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