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Not receiving IR Commands from remote.

Remote sensor on vcr/dvd/tv won't receive any commands. I have removed it checked it and it appears to be fine. anyone have a fix for this. The set works perfect other then that.

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    Jay Henderson Feb 01, 2008

    I am going to try that and go from there. Thank you for the info. Jay

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Replace the IR sensor...I don't have a part number for it..but I have seen IR sensors grow either weak..or fail totally..also you'll want to verify that the remote is working...you can buy an infrared detector strip from radio shack for a couple bucks...all you do is push power on the remote continuously..and hold the detector strip up to the front of the remote..if you see a red flashing on the strip..the remote is transmitting..if not..the remote has low battery..or has taken a dirt nap.......

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