Question about Televison & Video
(1) try shining up the battery contacts - a little sandpaper/emery cloth/steel wool can clean up
even invisible oxide(s) on the surface of battery springs and contacts
(2) if that doesn't work, buy a universal remote as a replacement - the last 1 I bought was $8 at
a Dollar store - and it worked fine. But make sure that the remote supports your newer TV - alot
of older "Universal" remotes only support the obsolete analog sets along with just a (very) few
(3) as a last resort, pop the remote cover, and see if there's anything that got in there that you can
clean out to try to get the remote working. For every 10 remotes I've opened up, I've found
something fixable in about 10%. Usually they just die leaving behind no visible forensic evidence
of their COD (cause of death).
Posted on Jan 02, 2011
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