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The remote to the secondary tv keeps requiring new batteries. I had the same batteries for years and then got the remote battery low signal on the screen. I replaced the batteries with new batteries. Remote began working again but with in a week remote battery low signal came on screen again and the remote stopped working. So again I replaced the batteries and they lasted on 4 days and the remote battery low signal came on screen and the remote stopped working. I can not afford to keep replacing batteried every few day. What could be the problem to keep requiring new batteries when the old set lasted for years.

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There is an internal component that has failed on the remote. Replace the remote and your issue will be solved.

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