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REMOTE IS NOT WORKING

My remote is not working. The remote works fine on other tv so I think it is the sensor on the tv itself can you assist me

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This usually indicates that the remote receiver or IR as its call is faulty in the television, this is a releatively cheap part to replace but you will need to know how to unsolder electronic componets and resolder them. But before replacing the sensor check the supply voltage to it, it should be 5 volts on one or two of the pins if the voltage is there then replace the sensor..

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