Reset remote. If universal remote, put on dvd mode.
- If your remote has a Reset button, take out
the batteries and press the Reset button for 2 or 3 seconds. Re-inset the
batteries and try using the remote again.Note: Many remotes have a small hole
marked Reset instead of a raised Reset button. To activate the Reset function,
you need to push a thin, rigid wire (for example, a straightened paper
clip) into the hole to "press" the Reset button. Also, the Reset button or Reset hole
may be located under a sliding cover on the lower section of the remote.
- Remove the batteries
and hold down the POWER
button for 1 minute. Insert
fresh batteries and try
using the remote control
- If this does not solve
your problem, remove the
batteries again and press
and release each button
on the remote control
once, then repeat. Re-insert
the batteries and try
operating your remote again.
Otherwise you need a new remote. If under warranty call manufacture to see about getting one free of charge. They can also help you purchase a new one if not under warranty.