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Make sure the remote is in SAT mode, and try again. If it is, it sounds
like the remote may just need to be re-addressed to the receiver. Access
the system information screen. On the bottom if a 'Primary Remote
Address' and a 'Secondary Remote Address'. Note the number listed.
With the remote in SAT mode, press the record button three times, and
see if the remote address number changes. If not, hold the SAT button
until all lights on the remote come on. Once they do, let go and SAT
will be blinking. Enter a number between 1 and 15 (different from what's
already listed) and press Pound (#). Press record 3 times again, and
the number should change to the one you chose.
If it did, try the functions again and see if it is working, if it's still having problems let me know!
You are going to have to have a Mitsubishi remote to do it--with that contact Mitsubishi and ask for the 4 digit code to enter to do the hard reset of the set--puts everything back to factory original when set was new.
Are you getting a picture on your TV? If so, then try pressing the SAT button on the remote and releasing. See if you can now change channels. If not, then the remote may need to be readdressed to the receiver. I have provided the instructions to readdress the remote.
If you are not getting a picture, that's a totally different issue. Please respond to this site with more information.
Remote: All Other Remotes
Go to System Info screen
Hold down the SAT button until all mode lights light up.
Enter a number between 1 and 15 using the numeric keypad on the remote.
Press the pound (#) button
Once the SAT button blinks three times, press record.
Note: If successful the number selected in step 3 will
appear in the System Info screen under Remote Address.
Is your remote one of the "universal" ones that allows you control multiple boxes?
If so, be sure you are selecting the correct input (TV, DVD, AUX, SAT...etc).
It's also possible that you will have to reprogram your TV to accept the remote's input. This can happen even if the TV and the Remote were sold together. Check your TV/remote manual for the syncing instructions and associated codes.