I got the ADV, but I don't have the remote control, does anyone know about compatible remote control list, or universal code for that one ? I'm in Barzil - S?o Paulo, If there is some autorizd store, please let me know about it.! firstname.lastname@example.org
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Hello Check the remote contro for infrared light radiation, when you press eject and power buttons. If there is no such infrared light rays, your remote need cleaning. If there is infrared rays emits, and still the player wont eject the disc inside, check its loader mechanism To know how to clean the remote control, get into my blog. Type in "electronicshelponlin(dot)blogspot(dot) com" in the address bar of your borwser, and press enter to get in to the blog. Just put (.) in pace of (dot), I've specified here.
You could try a universal remote (if one is available which will provide most functions to your player, such as STOP/PLAY etc.).
You can try a simple test on your existing RCA remote to see if it provides a 'frequency pulse'. Turn a radio on, select a black section of the AM band (not FM) turn volume up halfway, place remote near it, listen for pips and noises from the speaker(s) - if this occurs, the remote itself is OK. This is the cheapest idea to try first before going out and buying a new remote.
* If the unit does not respond to the universal (regardless of whether a
remote code is required or not) then the IRD within the unit itself and
its associated controller circuit may have failed (hence why the remote
does not work). Repair of this requires a qualified workshop technician (because of the many surface-mounted components in the IRD controller circuit). *
But try the original remote-to-AM-radio test and/or purchase a universal remote or similar if necessary.
Howdy:) I went to the Phillips website and they don't list your model, but I have included a link to their help desk and some Phillips universal remotes made to work well with Phillips products. I hope you find this useful:)
No do not try soldering the led. This is a led (Light Emitting Diode) It is supposed to look like that. You might have a bad IR sensor in the Recorder itself. The Ir sensor (Infared Sensor) receives commands from the remote and relays the command to the microprocessor in the recorder for processing. To make sure its the remote try a universal remote and program it for your dvd recorder and see if it takes commands of any sort. IR sensor are very cheap the only issue is installing it on the main board of the recorder.
The remote control for my DVD recorder has stopped working. Every time I press a button, the display says "CHK REMOTE 1", "RC1" or "SET1". What is wrong?
Your DVD recorder remote control can be programmed (with different codes), so it can be used with multiple Panasonic DVD players. When you press a button and the display shows [CHK REMOTE #] or [RC#] or [SET#] it means that the DVD recorder and the remote control are not set to the same code.To set the remote control code to that of the DVD recorder, press and hold [ENTER] as well as the corresponding code number on the display (1, 2 or 3) at the same time for more than 2 seconds.
Since this posting is a year old, its probably no longer an issue.
Other than a fluorescent light shining directly on the IR sensor there are two possibilities. There should be nothing plugged into the rear "control jacks". If these have been used in the past, there is the possibility that the bypass contacts in the connector are either bent or dirty. Inserting a miniplug several times may clear the problem. These bypass contacts break the connection of the signals from the IR sensor to allow control from another unit's remote. If you at one time controlled this unit from an amplifier then disconnected the cable when upgrading the amp, your remote will not work until the cable is also removed from the control jack.
The other common problem is the RAM being corrupt. The only solution would be to reset the player to factory default. Unfortunately this will clear everything in RAM including setup information and all the disc information that you may have entered. If you have this serviced, the first thing they will do is a reset and your info will be gone anyway. To reset, turn power off, press and hold the stop button and press standby/on. That should do it. If not and you're sure the remotes are good then its time to have it professionally serviced.