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If the remote does even one function the receiver in the set is not the problem. It is possible if the remote is designed to program to another unit you have it in the wrong mode TV or Vcr or something other than your set.
We used a One4All model URC3021BOO remote.
We programmed BOTH the TV function and the DVD/vcr button with code 0807.
To access the menu PRESS TV then MENU button then DVD/VCR button will allow you to change menu functions using left and right and select buttons.
*TV button will access Menu screen BUT NO menu functions.
* DVD/VCR button will NOT access menu screen but WILL control menu functions if menu is already displayed.
May work with other sharp products, or other universal remotes?
These original (RRMCG1330PESA) remotes run 38.00+ to buy new so try this FIRST!
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.
Supersonic doesn't use universal remote codes for most of their line...you can try 0096 and a few other listed on the universal remotes, but they don't work on most of the Supersonic lineup. If you have a working remote, you can buy a universal remote that has the "learn" function and you can "teach" it. Best solution: buy a new remote from Supersonic.
Hello, There could be a few reasons as to why your remote control no longer functions properly. The following is a common list of problems that could help you determine what the problem may be.
1. The batteries need to be replaced. The battery contacts could also be dirty.
2. The remote control signal transmitter could have been damaged by dropping it or simply have gone out.
3. The receiving sensor could have malfunctioned on the device you are try to use the remote on.
4. If you have a universal remote control, it could have lost the code that operates the device from it's memory.
5. The button on the remote control could have been damaged and is not making a proper connection for the function you are trying to use.
It is hard to pin point an exact problem without further information like the remote control brand, model/serial number, and a more detailed description of exactly how it worked before or how the device was working before, when it went out, was it dropped, etc.
I would suggest changing the batteries or cleaning the contacts first to see if that solves the problem. I wish you the best of luck in fixing the problem.
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First, test that the remote is actually working. The easiest way to do this is to point it at a switched on digital camera and look at the camera display. The remote uses infra red light which the human eye cannot see, but digital cameras can. As you press a button on the remote, you should see a glow coming from the remote in the camera display.
If it is working, it is probably a fault in your TV - not a DIY fix so take it to a repair shop.
If it isnt working, you'll need a new remote. A genuine Panasonic replacement will be expensive so you may opt for a universal one. However, universal remotes wont support all the functions the genuine one does.
If the oroginal remote has good batteries but neither it nor a properly programmed universal remote will operate the set, then the little "eye" inside the set could have come loose or just stopped working. If the set was banged hard enough or dropped, a small crack could have developed in the board and cut the lines to the remote eye. This is easily fixed but should be handled by an exerienced tech.
NOT A SOLUTION, however my remote stopped working a couple months ago. I subsequently tried several universal remotes - none of these worked. An educated guess might be that the problem is NOT with the remote control unit, but rather something inside the set itself. This might also explain why the MW24FM1 you bought "didn't come with a remote".