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The wireless remote transmitter no longer works.

I have the Alesis ProActive 5.1 Speaker System and the remote control no longer works. Where can I get a replacement remote?J. Webb

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Hi,

The only solution is to find a retailer near you and get a remote for it.Since it is very tough to find a replacement remote for that.
You can find a retailer near you from HERE

Goodluck..

Posted on Feb 27, 2008

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You can find a remote for your system on Ebay just search for your product remote control.

Thanks,

Posted on Feb 27, 2008

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When you bye the produte u get bill & take the bill & go to compny when bye the from the diler give u replcement if is your product in warrnty
he replace the hole your pro active 5.1 spaker set go & talk with him i have problem like this please replace tis system
ok

Posted on Feb 27, 2008

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