Question about Sceptre Televison & Video
It's most likely the remote. Try opening the remote (I know it's hard, and could be hard to put back together). The underside of the rubber buttons will need to be cleaned with rubbing alcohol and a Q- tip. You will notice some of the black carbon rub off onto the Q-tip (That's Okay). Then dip the Q-tip in alcohol and run it over the gold or silver areas that the rubber buttons touch to change the channels (and all the other places they touch too)Then wipe all those areas dry with another Q-tip, until no more carbon black comes off, and there is no moisture in the button side of the board. It was probably caused by an oil leak from one or more of the buttons. then reassemble OR try a cheap universal remote.
Posted on May 06, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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