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You have to open your TV to do this work. The remote sensor can be located just behind the infrared window at the front panel of the TV. It is a three solder terminal component, and can be bought from most of the electronic spare part selling shops at your tow. It will have a number printed on its side, which should be noted, when buying a new one. So many types are there in the market and you have to be the sensor you want to buy in you hand when you go to buy one. for your reference, picture of some types are attached here.
White Balance Adjustment
• Remote Control
• LCD WB meter (Minolta CA-210 or equivalent) Condition
• Switch on the TV Set. Enter Service1. Step down to Highlight line and keep the aging time more than 20 minutes.
• After aging time above set White Raster No.12 for Highlight and No.4 for Lowlight Press the OK button to store.
• Put Minolta Sensor to the center of the LCD Panel with 25mm gap between Minolta Sensor and LCD Panel. Adjust "x" and "y" values by changing Red and Blue values.
• Press OK button to store setting.
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If you are sure that there is infrared emission from the remote control, replace the infrared sensor inside the TV. It can be located just behind the infrared window at its front panel. You have to open the TV to access it. There are many types of it. Some among them are illustrated here.
@ PaulMo.. You need to research the question and product at hand before posting a solution, Flyner1990 was referring to the LCD panel on the Ultra M923 Full tower case and not a monitor or video card. The Ultra M923 has known issues with the front LCD panel, either they work or they dont. They are not accurate either.. Solution is either replace the case with something else or disconnect the LCD panel's sensor's and purchase another fan controller. I too own this case and love the design but having issues with the front panel as well and my fix was installing another fan controller/monitor..
The coolant temperature sensor is most commonly located near the thermostat housing. It will have 2 wires connecting it. Don't confuse this sensor with the coolant temp sending unit that controls your gauge temp, which generally has 1 wire connecting to it. Removal and replacement of the coolant temp sensor is fairly simple and best of all, it's cheap. You'll pay maybe $15-$20 for it and I would HIGHLY recommend replacing it! It is arguably the most important sensor on your vehicle, as it tells the computer how rich/lean to run the engine based on its temperature. As it ages, the thermistor inside the sensor can tend to run out of calibration and may cause the computer to think the engine is much warmer or cooler than it really is. This can lead to hard starting, rough operation, overly rich/lean fuel mixture, etc.
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Look under the plotter on the control panel side. You will see a sensor with two wires comming out. This sensor is dirty. You can try and blow it clean (often works) or remove it and clean with a small brush. It clips in and out but be careful and take note of the clips etc remove it without breaking any.
have u tried a new remote or universal remote? if the tv doesnt respond to anything you might need a new infared sensor your remote control part number is AH301805
AH302260 is the remote control board for the set hope that helps