My SANYO DS27930 is responding strangely to the remote. I even went out and purchased a new remote because I thought that was the problem. Anytime I try to change the channel or the volume it keeps going. I can't get it to go just one volume level or channel at a time. Also, it has a hard time responding to any of the other buttons. For instance, if I try to type in a channel it doesn't do anything. The numbers don't even show up that I am entering. It is like the remote is dead, but it's not. Please help!! One other thing...if I cover the remote sensor on the TV with a post-it it seems to fix the problem. What the heck does that mean!?!?! :o)
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The Input button on the original remote is needed to switch to the AV1 or AV2 connections. Unfortunately, I do not believe that the Sanyo DS27930 has an equivalent Input button on the TV. A replacement remote is available here: http://www.emtcompany.com/sanyo-ds27930-remote/rc64.html . Other universal remotes may be able to transmit the Input signal. You will need a remote that was programmed over 6 months after the TV was released with an Input or Source button. Then try all Sanyo codes until you find one that controls all of the features.
check the remote control for any rust on the contact terminals of the dry cells.If present sratch it off and place back the cells and see if it operates.if it does not work you can easily identify the between the tv or the remote what is mulfanctioning by testing the remote for ir radiation,simply by directing the remote to a camera sensor of your mobile phone,if ir light is seen as you press the buttons then the remote is good and if not then the remote is faulty and might need technical expertise to repair.however if you see the ir light ,the problem lies with our set
You can cheque the remote if you have a Medium wave portable radio. MW range 550 kHz to 1600 kHz..
Tune the radio towards the 550 kHz side. Now take the remote near the radio and start pressing the keys. You will hear a whizling sound. This shows remote is functioning. No sound! check the remote battery compartment. May be the leaked battery acid would have spoilt the remote circuit PCB.
If you can dismantle the remote, you can wash the printed circuit board in running water several times. Dry with air dryer and give a try. Good Luck!
According the manual for this TV the remote control has an input button, it is left of the power button. Make sure that the remote mode slected for TV not VCR or DVD and press input button to make a selction, make sure that the power to the DVD player is on. If yours is different try stepping through the channels buttons, some TVs input is selected through the channel buttons.
Not sure, but have you tried getting a universal remote and programming it with a sanyo code? If this is not an option you can get MFR. remotes on ebay, but they might be costly. I went to ebay and did a search on "DS27930". I found one seller, but there was a least one. $34.95 for a remote sounds high to me.