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Apparently, the original remote is no longer available, but it always worth trawling eBay for used remotes. I've found many unavailable remotes for customers there. Remotes.com have a substitute remote available for $19.99 plus $7.95 shipping = £27.94 total.
Reset remote. If universal remote, put on dvd mode.
If your remote has a Reset button, take out
the batteries and press the Reset button for 2 or 3 seconds. Re-inset the
batteries and try using the remote again.
Note: Many remotes have a small hole
marked Reset instead of a raised Reset button. To activate the Reset function,
you need to push a thin, rigid wire (for example, a straightened paper
clip) into the hole to "press" the Reset button. Also, the Reset button or Reset hole
may be located under a sliding cover on the lower section of the remote.
Remove the batteries
and hold down the POWER
button for 1 minute. Insert
fresh batteries and try
using the remote control
If this does not solve
your problem, remove the
batteries again and press
and release each button
on the remote control
once, then repeat. Re-insert
the batteries and try
operating your remote again.
Otherwise you need a new remote. If under warranty call manufacture to see about getting one free of charge. They can also help you purchase a new one if not under warranty.
do you mean that your dvd player was working god b4 getting the batery back charged or you changed it completly
solving your problem should depend on what your batery back state
if it is new should be charged first time for 12 hours
trty to power the dvd by a transformer if it get ok then you have a deffect batteries
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