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At first, check if battery contacts inside the battery compartment for any dust of rust accumulated. Clean them well, and insert fresh batteries and check. Check its infrared emission. You can check it by using a cellphone with camera option. If there is no infrared emission, you have to check its infrared LED at the front of the remote control for damage or loose solder terminals. For this, you have to open the remote control. If you wish to get more details about how to check and clean a remote control, visit this site. It has a post, that describes how to clean a remote control. Good luck.
if Sony Remote RM-YD035 does not change channels or turn off TV, the buttons got dirty coz those are you most used buttons.
You can repair Sony Remote RM-YD035 yourself. It's quite easy and fast, with perfect result!
To disassemble or open the remote control Sony RM-YD035, first remove a single screw in the battery compartment. Then use a very thin but strong screwdriver and insert it between top cover and the body at the back part of the battery compartment. Move the screwdriver up and down and slowly move it to the left and to the right and continue along the perimeter. Use two or three such screwdrivers and in 2-4 minutes the top cover plate with buttons will separate from the body/bottom/casing.
Clean both parts thoroughly. And then gently put them back together in the opposite order. The parts will snap closing.
The remote keeps it's memory in a non-volatile memory chip which is unaffected by power loss. So changing the battery is safe. The replacement batteries can be ordered from your RTI dealer for $45. Be careful with a T1 battery connector, they are delicate and can pull away from the board leading to an expensive repair. I'd suggest taking the remote to your dealer and have them replace it for you.
Take the transmitter out of the harness and insert a small screw driver in to the divet on the side of the remote. This will pop open the remote for battery replacement. Although if you were to bring this to some place like radio shack they would do it for you. Thanks BB
Look at the LED light next to theSMART/LEARN button on rear of the motor unit. You may need to removea light lens cover in order to see it. If the light is flashingrapidly this means you have a stuck button on one of your remotecontrols. Take the batteries out of each remote control. When youremove the batteries from the bad remote, the light will stopflashing. This remote needs to be replaced.
If one of your neighbors remotecontrols is inadvertently programmed into your receiver, you doorwill open when their remote is activated. If this happens you willneed to clear out your receiver and reprogram your remote controls.Press and hold the smart/learn button for 6 seconds or until you seethe small LED light near the button turn itself off. If the abovesteps have been followed and the symptoms continue, there may be anelectronic short in either the wall control button or the receiverlogic board. In this case, remove the wall control wires fromterminals 1 and 2 on the motor unit. Should the symptoms persistafter the wires are removed, replace the receiver logic board. If thesymptoms stop with the wall control wires removed from the motorunit, replace the wall control button, and the wires leading to thewall control button.
SOME OF THE REMOTES REQUIRE THAT THE KEY BE IN THE IGNITION, IN THE ON POSITION. TAKE THE BATTERY OUT AND WAIT 10 MINUTES. THEN PUT THE KEY IN THE IGNITION AND INSTALL THE BATTERY WHILE THE KEY IS TURNED TO THE ON POSITION. HOPE THIS HELPS YOU. PLEASE KEEP ME POSTED. THANKS FOR AN HONEST RATING AND FOR USING FIX-YA. GOOD LUCK
I have the same remote. You need to wedge in a flat-head screwdriver. Push it into the plastic and turn. This will release it from the catches. Now I just have to find out where to get the flat 1/2" lithium battery to replace it.
In order for the remote to work the drive mode needs to be set to "self timer-remote" .....that is selected by the drive mode selection button identified with the clock and multiple frames symbol ....on the back of the camera...to the right of the lcd monitor