If you point the remote at a video camera and press any button on the remote while the camera is recording you should see the emitter flashing on playback. This will confirm that the remote has indeed failed or working. I did this and found the remote working... Now on to the player.
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I was able to fix the 'NoCard" error on the Memorex 2520. On the remote control, find the "popup menu" button. This is located on the right hand side of the remote, above the pause and below right of the enter button. This button reveals a "change drive" menu. Highlight 'BD', press enter and you will be done. I am assuming that someone mistakenly changed the drive previously to "SD Card".
If you have replaced the batteries with KNOWN GOOD ones, observed the proper polarity when re-installing the batteries AND made sure the remote is in DVD "mode" (if it is a multi-remote) when trying to use it, the remote is bad. Replace the remote.
Try this. Remove the batteries from the recorder's remote control and hold down the POWER button on it for 30 seconds. Then replace the batteries with fresh ones. It should work fine after that. If not, the remote control may be defective. You can purchase a new remote control at www.samsungparts.com
Reset remote. If universal remote, put on dvd mode.
If your remote has a Reset button, take out
the batteries and press the Reset button for 2 or 3 seconds. Re-inset the
batteries and try using the remote again.
Note: Many remotes have a small hole
marked Reset instead of a raised Reset button. To activate the Reset function,
you need to push a thin, rigid wire (for example, a straightened paper
clip) into the hole to "press" the Reset button. Also, the Reset button or Reset hole
may be located under a sliding cover on the lower section of the remote.
Remove the batteries
and hold down the POWER
button for 1 minute. Insert
fresh batteries and try
using the remote control
If this does not solve
your problem, remove the
batteries again and press
and release each button
on the remote control
once, then repeat. Re-insert
the batteries and try
operating your remote again.
Otherwise you need a new remote. If under warranty call manufacture to see about getting one free of charge. They can also help you purchase a new one if not under warranty.
recently I also got same recorder and faced the same
problem with the remote controller.
today i tried to solve this. i opened it up. it turned
out the battery connections are not proper.
The battery connection are in the form of a spring
coil which touches the outerside of the battery which
is not touching properly. I bent and slight lift it with
a plier and it started working.
The other connection is touching front side of the
battery(on backside you see label cr2025 printed) and
this is alright. I hope it works for you too.
with best regards