Question about LG 42LC2D 42 in. LCD HDTV
I have an LG 37 inch LCD. The remote control stopped working. I thought the problem was the remote - I cleaned it, replaced the batteries, and all suggested remedies in the owners manual to no avail. So, I was told by the LG parts supplier that the infrared sensors on the remote do burn out. So, I bought a new remote for $50. But, it is still not working. Could the sensor on the TV itself be burned out? Can it be fixed? Thanks, John
Most of the time it is the Main Board in the TV that the sensor plugs into. They have had many issues with this Board causing this problem. To be sure, you will need to call a professional.
Hope this helps,
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