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You can test a remote control using these methods:-
Method 1 - If you have AM, Medium Wave radio then set the tuning off a channel and press the remote control buttons. If there is a change in sound, higher and/or lower tones the remote is working.
If not check the batteries are charged and fitted correctly.
Method 2 - If you have a digital camera with nightshot, wait until it's dark turn off the lights and turn the camera to nightshot. Aim it at the remote in the dark and focus then press the butoons. Look at the led light is there any change/flashing on the end of the led.
This will confirm it is the remote control and a replacement is required, or batteries need changing
This is the solution, I would only add that it's on the top of the camera itself. Not in the digital menu or backlight button. On my older version, it's between the cassette and lens sections of the camera.
Never having used the nightshot before, my sister left me with the same quandary...