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Please help me identify the module and I shall work from there. I am experienced enough for DIY as long as it doesn't hang on micro components (integrated electronics)

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  • EmilEckhart Jul 24, 2009

    The model is Polaroid FLM-2601 and the question is to identify the remote module in the TV set. There was no mention of projection TV and you shall remove it from my profile

  • EmilEckhart Jul 24, 2009

    Very good, thank you. If that doesn't work, lets see...

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Hi,
I need to know model and brand of TV as well as problem in TV
Thanks.

Posted on Jul 24, 2009

  • Shahid Electronics
    Shahid Electronics Jul 24, 2009

    The model is Polaroid FLM-2601 and the question is to identify the
    remote module in the TV set. There was no mention of projection TV and
    you shall remove it from my profile

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    Click HERE to see IR Sensor module of FLM-2601 and its located at lower front of TV.
    IR sensor gets signal of remote and send it to system control for processing. System control section is located on main board of TV.
    Thanks.



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