Question about Proscan Televison & Video
Make sure that the TV is set to the right channel to receive the signal from the cable box. Channels 3 & 4 are typical for this.
Then, this will only eliminate one or the other of the remotes; take any digital camera or camcorder with an LCD display, turn it on. Aim a remote at the lens of the camera, depress nearly any button on it, 'Power' is good enough. Check for a flashing light on the camera's screen. If you see output from the remote, it is at least working although you still won't know if it is putting out the correct code sequence but generally, if it's putting out anything, it's probably OK. If both can be seen when operating, the problem could be in the IR receiver of the set or cable box.
Posted on Apr 09, 2011
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