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Re: Volume switch do not work properly
Hello, After you remove the 2 little black screws, must use a 'minus' (-) screwdriver. This screwdriver must be pushed between the 2 semi parts (shell) of the remote body and gently rotate until they get apart little by little. Must do this around the remote control body.Success!
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Sounds like the circuit track inside the remote control [at its PCB]; had opened. An open circuit can cause this fault. In most cases, this fault can be repaired. Contact any service technician. The remote control has to be opened.
If you wish to buy its original remote control, contact the authorized service centre, or authorized dealer to your device brand. They can either give you a genuine remote control to your device, or can direct you, from where can you purchase a suitable one.
If you wish to get some details; check the site linked here. Viewing it in "Mosaic" or "Magazine" will make surf easy. Pull up older posts. Surf the site with patience. Do a search by type in the brand name of your device at its search box and press "Enter". http://electronicshelponline.blogspot.com/
As all other buttons works properly except Volum Dn, the problem is with the remote control itself. Clean the remote control and check. To clean it, you have to open the remote control. If it too doesn't help you, buy one original remote control from the authorized service center for Sony. No universal remote control will go properly with Sony TVs. If you wish to get some details, check the site linked here. Pull up older posts.
Try the above Sony web site, where they have support, or call a Sony Dealer.
Most of the remotes can be opened and cleaned but with care. These remote boxes are self fitting plastics locks and so you need to use a thin blunt knife to wedge open the sides, like removing the car tyre from the rim.
once open you can use a remote control repair kit to clean or form the carbon contact points.
please find tips from the link below:
I have opened the same unit up. The volume control knob moves a plastic paddle against a right & left micro switches. The paddle is connected to the knob by a very thin piece of plastic which breaks very easily. I tried to glue a different piece of plastic on , but it only worked for a little while. It was a pain to assemble & reassemble the unit. I do not recommend trying it. Just buy another remote (about $35.00)!
I had the same problem with sony remot control RM-ED002, take remot control apart and clean inside with damp cloth and dry with kitchen towel, thats it now use it! ;-)
When i opened mine it was some kind of moisture under volume and channel buttons, cleaning and drying it helped.
Not having seen that particular one, remote cases usually have a couple
screws under the battery to lock the case together and then a number of
plastic tabs around the perimiter that hold the joint closed.
find the screws (sometimes they hide them under labels) - I don't know
what it is about screws that manufacturers don't like to show.
Either think they are not cosmetic or don't want us take-it-apart
maniacs to get in. Anyway, get the screws loose then (this is the
hard part) carefully pry open the case joint, feeling where and how the
tabs snap out and then be careful not to have everything inside go
flying when the last one lets loose. Almost impossible to not
leave little gouge marks in the joint.
Hope Ya Fis It!