Question about JVC AV-32D302 TV
You can test your remote using a digital camera. Your phone camera will do.
Turn on the camera, point the remote at the camera and look at the screen. Press a button on the remote. You should see the LED light up. It this happens, the remote is working.
Your TV has a sensor that can see the LED's flashes. It may be defective.
Try unplugging the TV for a minute to reset the processor, that may clear the problem.
Turn off any flourescent lights or any recently added lighting to me sure that is not affecting the remotes operation.
Remove the batteries from any other remotes present (in case one is transmitting some information)
Hope these tips help.
Posted on Jan 02, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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