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Remote I havn't used the unit in a while and the remote is not working(even with new batteries). The amp is working fine. Thanks Matt

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Hold the remote up yo a video camera and you will see code flashing from the LED in the remote. If it is dark, the remote is faulty. A common fault is for the ceramic resonator(orange pack) either dry joints(it is a resonator) fractured wires, or just fail with no reason, thus rendering the clock for the main proc. not working. Another common fault is the LED being dry jointed. or the LED faulty. All of these easy to fix. Sometimes the power supply may fail to the detector on the front panel of the amp, The detectors sometimes go. all these things to be checked, but check the remote for infrared light with a camera first. Good Luck, a rating of "FixYa" for these technical tips would help my profile, Cheers

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Graeme

Posted on Feb 10, 2008

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    Graeme Ross Feb 10, 2008

    oh and of course the silly battery connections. dry solder joints or get corrosion on them. A good clean and re-solder often helps with dead remotes.

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