Question about Kenwood RCR0907 Remote Control
First of all check your remote with a IR tester. You can use your phone camera with the remote pointed to it for IR detection. This will confirm the remote. Now make sure that there is no loose components in the remote that have come off the board and changed the frequency. If so remove and re-solder.
Now check the IR detector in the receiver, use a multimeter to check the voltage on the IR detection as the remote is used. If there is no voltage check and change the IR, if not the signal track must be traced to the processor.- suspect the processor.
Posted on Jan 03, 2011
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