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I have a digital frame but I do not have the remote control. How do I set it up without the remote. The screen appears black, I can however (barely) make out that my pics do seem to be uploading. I also see what appear to be bars but it is too dark to make out what they indicate or what or how to select using only the buttons on the frames itself. Help?

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  • Sjulia13 Aug 12, 2008

    Technologically unsavvy...

  • Sjulia13 Aug 12, 2008

    Thank you Jackboy.

    When I innitially press the power button though, a beautiful image of all the menu options appears. It disappears almost immediately though, so I think the backlight may not be the issue. If it is though, am I out of fix-it-yourself options?

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There are many types of these frames and they all differ.
Are there not manual controls on the back or side of the device?
However- the fact the you can see dim images - suggestd the backlight has failed.

Posted on Aug 12, 2008

  • john ash
    john ash Aug 12, 2008

    Are there no button other than the power on?
    If the menue comers up then it is not a back light problem
    but some other
    These small item are beyond any one fixing them - they are made to be replaced not fixed.
    So you lose nothing by having a poke around your self


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