Question about Alba DVD-108 DVD Player
The most likely cause is the remote itself.
To give them a soft feel, the contacts inside the remote are conductive rubber pressed on a printed contact on a small circuit board.
There are three possible problems:
1) The conductive rubber have become high resistant and has simply worn out, in which case the remote is best placed in your trash can, unless you want to paint each contact with silver conductive paint.
2) The contacts are tarnished or dirty. If you can carefully open the unit and clean everthing thoroughly you may get more life from it
3) It has become contaminated by liquid.
Babies love chewing em, as do dogs. Tea, coffee and beer always look for remotes to spill on too. If you think something like this may have happened, again you may be able to open it and clean everything.
Failing that, consider buying a one for all remote as a replacement. These can be programmed for specific equipment with a code.
Posted on Feb 27, 2008
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