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My toshiba MV13L2 TV/VCR the remote does not work,I replace the remote but it does not work all the time.

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  • msfelo Aug 05, 2010

    the remote for my Toshiba TV/VCR combination model MV13L2 does not work.I replaced it withwith a factory rebuilt remoter.It worked for a while and now it works ocasionaly. Some times one or two buttons. Most of the time not at all.

  • msfelo Aug 05, 2010

    Thank I will give it a try.

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This sounds like a intermittant issue with the front IR reciever inside the tv. A replacment of that will cost $90 bucks respectivly. I would try to clean then inside lens and see if that approves anything if not replacment of that ir control board as a whole.

I hope this sheds some light on the problem and I hope my answer does help you to the fact that it needs to be repaired.

1. Try cleaning the ir lens first inside and out
2. total replacment of the front IR controller inside the tv (for the fix)

Thanks for your question, Please do click the accept button for my efforts.

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In that case the connections to the remote sensor on the case of the tv are loose. Open the tv and reseat them. If necessary you must resolder them.

Posted on Aug 05, 2010

  • Azrael SRL Aug 05, 2010

    In that case the remote itself (or the rubber pad with the buttons to be more precise) is defective. You must replace it, it can't be fixed. Here you can find one



    http://ceaccessories.toshiba.com/detail/...

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