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Batteries My remote is too sensitive and it goes through batteries like no tomorrow. Can this be adjusted?

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  • Anonymous Apr 22, 2009

    By sensitive I think they meant that the backlight comes on too easily and depletes the batteries. Not supposed to do that.



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I'm not sure what you mean by 'too sensitive' but I've had many programable remotes that are picky about how they are programed. Example: Phillips Universal Learning remote, when programing new buttons, I had to be careful not to hold the button on the original remote too long or when I tried using it, it would flip through about 5 channels at a time.
As far as batteries depleting too fast, make sure you're using only new batteries of the same type. Try using slightly more powerful batteries, look for the mA rating. Anything 2500mA or higher should work well. If you have the book for it, see if it reccomends a certain type of battery. If it ends up that the remote just goes through batteries too fast, think about rechargeables. Lithium are good and NiMh have become much better then they used to be.

Hope this helps.

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Here is a link to help you with this problem! I had the same thing happen to me.

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