Question about Philips 37PF7320A 37 in. HD-Ready LCD Television
My LCD worked fine for 6 months, then one day stopped recognizing the remote. I've used 2 remotes: one for tv specific functions (PIP, tv settings, etc) and the other for my satelite service. Both worked on the volume and TV on/off. They both stopped working at the same time. This definately isn't a remote control issue, but a problem with the TV. Does anyone have any troubleshooting ideas? The remote sensor is not blocked.
The proble is the IR sensor 932220681667 or the small signal board. I would replace the IR sensor first. Also check the firmware and make sure it is BX23U-18.104.22.168_03531 and if it is not go to www.usasupport.com and down load the firware on a USB stick. If the set still has the problem when both are done replace the small signal board.
Posted on Aug 20, 2008
It turns out that about a month after I posted the problem about my remote no longer working, the power supply board went bad. There are a ton of postings on FixYa that talk about that problem. When I had my power supply board replaced (at a cost of $250!! for an 18-month old TV!!!), the remote started working again as well.
Posted on Aug 20, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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The flashing blue light shows that the TV is receiving I.R. from the remote but doesn't mean that the signal being received is recognized by the Samsung. If you have a "universal" remote then your TV code may need to be re-entered/reprogrammed...changing batteries in a "universal" will usually require it to be reprogrammed. Also...because of the remotes construction (rubber membranes with carbon dots that short across PC traces) I've seen certain buttons stop working altogether.
Also...because of the remotes construction (rubber membranes with carbon dots that short across PC traces) I've seen certain buttons stop working altogether.
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