Question about Onkyo Audio Players & Recorders
Open the remote and clean the contacts on the circuit board under where the rubber buttons press on it. the boards get dirty from constant use and wont make contact. sometimes the conductive paint wears off the rubber of the button pad also, and needs to be cleaned and repainted on. clean the board first with a q-tip and alcohol first, before trying to clean the rubber pad as the alcohol will wash off the conductive paint (dont ask how i know this)
Posted on Nov 25, 2009
Just a thought, but maybe even the new batteries aren't making good contact (you have replaced the batteries, right?).
Remove the batteries, using a cotton swab and alchohol, clean the contacts in the remote. Then install fresh batteries.
If that does not remedy the problem, you may be able to locate a used remote for your model. Do a google search for remote control resellers, or check a popular auction site.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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