Question about Philips Televison & Video
If the set-top controls still are working, your remote may have died; it wouldn't be the first one, I've had to replace an original too when it developed a thermal problem requiring a shot of freeze spray inside to make it work for a few minutes.
If the local controls are also not functional, the IR receiver in the set may have died. The output from this module is tied into the same circuit as the set's controls so if that function fails, neither will work.
If you need to replace your remote, don't just buy a 'universal' since none of these really are universal. If you intend to do that, at least check the remote mfr.s site to see if the remote contains the code set for your Philips.
Otherwise, you can nearly always get an original here:
Posted on Oct 07, 2009
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