I own a sanyo DS25320 tv for over a year i havent been able to use the remote due to the receiving lens on the tv is broken or it just wont work i changed batterys on the remote even bought a new remote. its the tv is there a recall on this problem?
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Re: Remote wont work properly
Here is a list of faults for that tv. Is recommended to take to a qualified repair shop. I could not find a recall for that set, only a complaint about a different Sanyo set that should have been recalled. Find that link here http://www.my3cents.com/showReview.cgi?id=41608 and the link for some known or I would assume common faults listed for quicker repair for Sanyo televisions. http://www.euras.com/repair_tips_1/SANYO/DS25320/DS25320_SANYO.htm
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Sounds like the infra-red sensor inside it is either damaged or it do not get proper voltage to work. Check it. If it get proper voltage/s and still not receive any infra-red signal from the remote control, replace it. The part in discussion will look somewhat like this.
Prior the replace this component, make sure that the remote control you're using works properly, and do emits infrared light rays, during each button presses on it. Check the remote control for its infrared emission. Check it with fresh batteries. If you wish to get more details about how to check a remote control, please visit this site. One among the posts has details about it. Surf the site with patience. http://electronicshelponline.blogspot.com/
The tv universal remotes are having very limited options in functions and tv universal remotes are only work correctly are like buttons power on/off volume up/down and channels up/down.Menu button and a Video setting option modes functions setting are another story all together.These two functions Menu button and Video setting modes funtions will not work correctly in any tv universal remotes.Because these Menu and Video setting modes are belong into the internal setting of the tv itself.It will only work correctly with the tv original remote only.Try website like Remotes.com to buy the tv original remote to use.
You will, of course, need the original remote. At one time you could purchase a Sanyo universal remote. I'm not sure if you will find one at a discount store or an electronics store. In any case a good universal remote may work. When you do program the remote, you simply press channel 3, or input, and, you should be fine after that. Thanks for asking and show all hands of support!
Or Google 'SANYO GXDB remote" Testing remote control: The remote control puts out IR (InfraRed) signal that human eyes cannot see, to find out if the remote is sending out the signal or not you just point the remote at the digital camera's Lens (Digital Camera can detect IR), you should see flashing light on the camera's screen when any one of the remote button is pushed. If you do see the flashing on the camera, then the problem is in the TV IR receiver or the main logic board; more troubleshooting with scope will be needed to look at the signals. Parts: www.shopjimmy.com
Hi having a quick read trough the manual and finding the remote on the internet suggests this is the correct remote for your TV. The remote is not a universal remote so no programming is possible or necessary
How do you know if the fault is really the sensor? We test these with a scope and check to see if the data pulses coming out are correct. It is possible that the failure is between the sensor output and the uPC controler or the controler itself. I have seen it all.
If you do not properly verify where the failure is and also determine the exact failed parts, you can end up buying a lot of parts for nothing.
You can order parts from the manufacture's authorized service center. Some may refuse to sell parts. In this case you can call the manufacture directly for a list of parts dealers that are close to your area who will sell you the parts.
If the manufacture has the policy of not selling parts to non authorized servicers (many do), then you will have to give the set to one of their authorized service reps.
blue clock set screen.
is seen due to no signal
as due to Accidently hit remote might have got defective or setting must have disturbed.
refer owner's manual which you must have received during buying set.