Can't change output source and tv sensor wont work
I bought the tv as an "open box display" item everything works ok but im guessing the sensor doesnt work because no universal remote will work and i cannot change the output source, i can only view regular tv no dvds and i have to change the volume on the actuall tv. how do i fix this or where can i get a new sensor???
Re: can't change output source and tv sensor wont work
Souns like the ir sensor board is gone, shopjimmie.com may have one ,they are probably around 15 bucks and real easy to change ,its one connector i believe ,i have not found any universal remotes that work with ilo yet either,good luck i hope i was of help
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