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If the remote works for sometime once the battery is put into , it means that the circuit is erratic as the frency seems to change from the set value. This can be a fault in the processor IC in the remote, a fault in the crystal or associated capacitors. Check also the IR driver transistor which can be leaking and so changes the output.
If you cannot find the original remote, I suggest you buy a universal remote like the Logitech Harmony. Even the cheaper Harmony models will be able to control your receiver. Programming the remote is easy and done on your computer.
The issue turned out to be that the iPod was not seated in the dock correctly. The adjustable back was adjusted too far forward so it was docked improperly. Correcting this corrected the remote issues. Everything works great now.
I don't have one of these, but I'm researching it for a gift...
The remote uses RF (radio frequency) only for the IPOD controls. For the other devices, it uses basic infrared. The RF works through walls - that's why you can control your IPOD from anywhere in the house. The infrared works like a flashlight - you have to point it at the device you are controlling.
First the only way the 6.3 will work is if it has the green number 1 on the tab facing you. Assuming this is the case you will need a new remote. This primarily is the remote for the second room away from the receiver. Thanks for using Fix Ya.
I had the same problem. The problem is strange and seems to be with the receiver in the TV and not the remote control. The reason I say this is that when this first happened my Samsung brand DVD could actually control the TV. This then also failed, but still works fine with the DVD player.
Anyway there is an even more bizarre fix to all this......
- Remove the batteries from your TV remote.
- Press and hold the red (ON/OFF) button for at least 1 min.
- Replace the batteries and hey presto!!
I know seems far fetched but I found it on the Samsung website and it does work.