Question about Emerson EWD2204 DVD Player/VCR
Check the remote contro for its infrared emission. You can check it with a cellphone with camera option. Put the cellphone to camera mode, and place the remotes' front end towards its lens, at about one feet away from it, and press each button on the remote control. If there is infrared emission from it, you can see its image on cellphone camera screen. If not check the remote control. Check the battery polarity. If it is alright, you have to open it to see whether there is any loose soldering points developed or not.
If ther is infrared emission from the remote, and still the TV doesn't respond to it, surely the infrared sensor inside the TV is faulty, and should be replaced with same type and number. OK.
Posted on Mar 26, 2011
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Make sure that you're using the supplied Remote (RMY-906)
to control the TV. If so, perform the steps given below to resolve the issue.
If the remote control is able to
operate other devices (such as cable box, DVD Player or satellite receiver),
then the issue may be with the IR sensor on the TV. If this is the case then
the TV that will require service. Otherwise, the remote control may need
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