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I have a SE-R0135 remote and I didn't use it for a while. I just changed the batteries and I can't get it to power the Home theatre at all. I ensured that I inserted the batteries the right way.

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SOURCE: What equipment system can be operated with the Toshiba SE-R0135 remote?

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