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Infrared signal The remote control will not pick up the infrared signal anymore. we tried new remote, batteries, etc. Infrared signal must be the problem, Can you help? Thanks

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Inside the tv on the power board there are two ribbon like connectors which stretch across to the main board. I would say that one or both of them have become uncoupled.

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infrared board may have a fault. its in the front part on the board with the buttons. the infrared receiver may be going or gone it looks like a square led. that picks up the signal light from the remote.

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Hi Connie,

First of all, thank you for posting your question here at Fixya.
Please ensure that the battery is in good condition. Check the battery terminal for corrosion, Scratch it with fine sandpaper.
If the battery and its terminal is not the issue, please confirm if the remote control emits an infrared by pointing directly the sensor (infrared emitter) to your cellphone/digital camera. If it is working fine, you will be able to see the flash of the infrared through the screen of your camera. Watch the video below.

If you've confirmed that there's no infrared coming out from the remote control then this is an indication that the remote control itself is already faulty. Replace it with new one (part no. 0980-0305-3300 ).
If you can see the flash of the infrared, the IR board inside the TV is faulty. Please inquire at this link for replacement.

Hope I helped you.
Good luck and have a great day!


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Check the remote control for its infrared emission first. You can check it with the help of a cellphone with camera. Eventhough human eye cannot detect infrared rays, electronic cameras can. Put your cellphone to camera mode, place the remote control [ replace its batteries with new ones]; at about one feet away from the camera lens, and press each button on the remote control. If infrared emission is there, you can see its image on the cellphome camera screen. If there is infrared emission for all button press of remote control; the infrared sensor inside your TV is faulty. It should be replaced with same type and number. If there is no infrared images, the remote control is not working, and should be replaced. Check the battery contacts of the remote battery compartment for any rust or dirt. Clean it well before replacing new batteries into it. OK.

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Please check the remote control for its infrared emission. You can check it very easly. Put new batteries and do the following. You may have a cellphone with camera option. Put the cellphone to camera option, and point your remote control towards the the lens of the cellphone camera and press each button on the remote control and see whether there is any image of infrared rays on the screen of the cellphone camera. Infrared rays cannot be detectecd by humen eyes, but can detected by electronic camera. If there is image, and still your Tv does not respond to the remote control, the infrared sensor inside your TV is faulty, and should be repalced. If you want anymore clarifications, please feel free to get me by FixYa. OK.

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Check the cells in the battery compartment of your remote control handset. Replace it with new ones and check. Still you poise this problem, the intensity of infrared rays come from your remote control, or the sensitivity of the infrared sensor inside your bose front panel system may have the trouble. Just replace the infrared LED of your remote control with an other one of same type. If it does not helps you, repalcing the infrared sensor will reftify your problem. OK.

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Either there is no infrared emission from your remote control or the remote sensor inside your TV is faulty. Check the battery contacts of your remote control first for any rust or any other obstructions blocks power from the battery reach into it. Replace the cells with new one and check. You can check the function of your remote control with a cellphone camera which has camera option with it. Place the remote control at about one feet away from the cellphone camera, after the phone is set to camera mode, press each button on the remote control. You can see image of infrared signal on the screen of your camer. Human eye cannot detect infrared signal, but digital cameras can. If not you have to open your remote control, to see whethere there is any loose or bad soldering inside its circuit board. It can be opend by pressing its side **** with any sharp instrument like knife or so. There are locks in its cover, and must be released by pressing it as I pointed above. After opening it, look ofr any loose solderings inside it. There will be a few components and an IC there inside it. A crystal and an infrared light emitting LED will be there. Look ofr any loose solderings to this components terminals. If so resoldering it will solve the proble.
If this does not helps, and there is infrared signal comes out of your remote control, shen you have checked it with cellphone camera, infrared sonsor inside your TV scircuit boar is faulty. To replace it you have to open your TV. This sensor will be just behind the infrared reciveing window of your TVs front panel. It is a three terminal compnent, look black in colour and can be desoldered out very easly. Note its number, which will be marked on its bodey, laser printed, go for a new one, replacing it will solve the problem.
If you wants furthermore assistance from me, feel free to get me through Fixya. OK.

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You just check your remote control handset for its infrared emission. There is an infrared light emitting diode [LED], in front of your remote control handset from which infrared light rays are send to your TVs infrared sensor, fitted inside it, behind the infrared window on its front panel. Infrared rays are invisible to human eye. We can check if it is there by using a cellphone with camera option.
Put the cellphone in camera mode, and place your remote control's LED side towards its lens, for about a feet away or so, and when you push its each button, you can see an image in the phones' screen. If it is there, and still your TV don't work with remote control, TVs infrared sensor inside is faulty, and needs replacement.
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