Question about Akai LCT2785TA 27 in. LCD Television
First of all you need to check whether there's a signal coming out from the IR or infrared sensor of the remote. How to check? Use your phone camera or any video cam device. As you watch the remote from your camera facing the IR sensor, press any button. If there is a signal coming out from the remote, you will see the IR sensor illuminate from your camera.
If you find no illumination, then first to do is to check the spring where battery is connected. Remove any corrosive or residue from the old battery on the plate or spring where battery is connected.
If there is illumination, then the problem is the IR sensor of your TV. The most common problem and solution for this is to resolder the terminal or solder joints of the IR sensor inside the television.
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Posted on Aug 30, 2010
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