Question about LG 42PC3DC 42 in. Plasma HDTV
Then it is likely that the infra red receiver in the TV set is faulty - or possibly the 5 volt supply to the receiver.
The signals from the infra red receiver usually enter the system control integrated circuit. So if other control functions are working ok this is likely to be good.
It is possible that other equipment can block the remote signal - if another remote controller is stuck on [jammed down a crack in the sofa] or if you use energy saving lamps in the same room - they can produce high levels of infra red noise.
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Posted on Mar 22, 2008
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