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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: TV remote control sensor
yeah,it's very easy.
pull out the bottom part(where the speakers are) - they are held with plastic hooks on the inside, they are =on the left and right side and a few at the top. just pull one end and the rest will come off easily.
remove a couple of screws holding the buttons assembly and the bottom of the screen.
slide the screen carefully upwards and when you reach about half way then it will come off.
behold...the sensor is infront of you, it's a small pcb with a light sensor on it. (if you see sensors at the very top or side...they are probably focus sensors)
sure it's not the remote?
Posted on Feb 23, 2008
Press code search till light comes on, press device once, press on/off button once and aim at device, when the device turns off, press enter to store code.
To find out the code of the device:
Press code search till light turns on, press device, press code search once, then go through 0-9-when the light blinks first, that is your first number, repeat numbers to get second and third.
Posted on Sep 22, 2008
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