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Take the remote to any working radio, change radio band to SW, press various buttons of the remote and if you can listen to some clicking noise on the radio, the remote is ok. The problem might then be on the sensor and might need attention by a qualified service technician. You can also try switching off the TV, removing the plug and retry after 48 hours.
you need to open the cover of your remote control..visually inspect the PCB for any loose connections/cracked board specially the battery terminals...solder any loose connections and if nothing happens replace the crystal oscillator from the remote control it is a square,color orange sometimes blue with a label on it its clock speed in MHZ. it is available at electronics supply store..you can use the camera of your cellphone to test whether the remote is working by just pointing the camera to the LED at the top of your remote once you press a button from the remote the LED should lit...means your emote is working...3rd test the LED/infra red if it is not busted..remove the LED INFRA RED from the pcb and using a multitester analog supply.set the tester to X1 range then supply the terminals positive negative with the test probe there should be a continuity connection and the LED should be lit.
Try this method as it is a bit easier than keying in different codes. One thing to consider is that not all TV's are compatible with the remote so if you have changed the TV out you may experience this issue. In order to program the remote to the TV turn the TV on and put the remote in SAT mode by pressing the SAT button in the upper left hand corner of the remote.Now press and hold the TV button Next to the SAT button until all buttons light up across the top of the remote and release. Now press the small red TV button and release. This should result in the top clear TV being lit constantly. Now press the arrow up key slowly until the TV turns off. Once it does press the arrow down key once and then the arrow up key. The TV should turn on. Now press the pound symbol at the botttom right of the remote. The TV button on the top should flash three times. Now you can use the remote to control the TV. If you are unable to get the TV to turn off then the TV is not compatible with the remote. Thanks for using Fix Ya.
is the user's manual for a Phillips remote control. There is a list of
codes in it. They should be rather universal. There's also instructions
as to how to program it. I believe that there is a way to program it
without using the codes.
Programming with Code Search
1. Manually turn on the device (TV, VCR, etc.) to be controlled.
2. Press and hold Code Search button until the red indicator stays on. Release the Code Search button.
3. Press and release the desired mode button (TV, VCR, etc.). The red indicator blink, then stays lit.
Press the Channel Up button repeatedly (up to 300 times) until the
device could be controlled changes channel. The red indicator blinks,
then stays lit. If you accidentally overshoot the code required, press
the Channel Down button to backtrack through the library until the
device changes channel. Pressing Channel Up changes direction to
forward again. Press and release the Mute button to install the code.