Question about Lite On LVC9006 DVD Player/VCR
My remote for my LVC-9006 has the following non functioning buttons arrow button>, pause, timer, any suggestions, besides getting a new remote??
First of all try to watch the IR LED through a photo camera, while you are pressing the buttons. If you see it pulsating, then there is nothing wrong with your remote.
This is one way to repair your remote:
1- Open it. On the back face you'll see black spots of rubber. Try to clean them gently with a piece of cloth and some isopropylic alcoohol. If you have multimeter try to check the resistance of the spots. It should be less than 100 ohms. If the resistance it is bigger I suggest you to cut small pieces of thin foil (the one use in the cigarettes packs it is excellent). Then put very small amount of super glue on the black spots and above this the thin foil. Use a tweezers. Also you can clean the PCB. Check all the soldering point. Then try it if it works. Goodluck.
Posted on Jan 21, 2008
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