Question about LG 42LC2D 42 in. LCD HDTV
You may want to try a “Hard Rest” by unplugging the power from the TV.
While the TV is without power, one at a time, push on each of the buttons on the TV & listen to hear them click (there may be a button stuck down).
After at least a few minutes have passed, plug the TV back in. Sometimes the TV may power on by itself and other times it will may not. If the TV did not power on by itself, push the button on the TV to power on the unit.
After the unit has power on wait about 30 seconds. Now point a known working remote at the TV and see if it is working correctly. You could test your LG remote on another LG TV at home, a neighbor’s house, and or at a store.
If the TV does respond by using the buttons on the TV but not with remote control, the problem could be with the following.
Remote Eye board and or the Main board.
I hope my information has helped you.
Posted on May 28, 2010
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