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Remote and receiver working correctly but no led display on front panel of receiver.

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If you wish to get some details; check the site linked here. Pull up older posts. Surf the site with patience.
Search the site by type in the "Brand Name" (Exclude the model number) to your device, in the "Search box at the top right of the display window of the Homepage" to get gathered related posts.

Remote control does not work

The easyist way to find out if the remote control itsself works is to watch it with a digital camera oder cell-phone camera while pressing a button. Normaly the IR-LED is invisible but on the display of one of the mentioned cameras you can watch it flickering if it works.

Cannot control receiver from remote

Does the power button on either remote work? If nothing works, we'll try to see if your remotes are actually functioning.

Get some electronic device which can view a live image on a screen. A cell phone camera, digital camera, digital video camera, and (I think) even a web-cam will work. If you're using a digital (still) camera, you don't need to take a picture as long as you see a live image on the screen. Take your remotes and find the LED on the front end. There may be one or two. (If there's two, one actually isn't an LED, but that's not too important.) Point the front of the remote at the camera (LED's facing the camera), and press buttons. You should see the LED's light up in the live image. While these LED's normally produce light which the human eye can't see, digital image sensors can, and they change this invisible light to light we can see, on the screen. (Cool right?) So, if your remotes are working then you'll see the LED light up on the display. (To make sure your camera is actually working as I am suggesting here, find a remote which you know does work and try it.)

If the LED's are not lighting up, (and you've verified that your live digital video device can "see" these type of LED's), then your remotes are dead. Yes, it's unlikely that both your original and universal remotes are both dead - but it's possible. If the LED's are lighting up then you have one of two problems. One: the remote is not correctly paired with your system, and two: the IR receiver in your system is pooched. Let's look at the fixes for these.

Not correctly paired. Your universal remote has some sort of programming or learning function. Try programming it again, or programming it to a slightly different model of receiver and see if it works. If you've "learned" it from your original remote and it's not working, then maybe your original remote isn't paired correctly with your unit. If this is the case, contact either the place you bought it, or the manufacturer and tell them what's happened. You can't change how the original remote "talks" to your system.

The IR receiver in your system is pooched. Contact the place you purchased the unit, or the manufacturer, and have SA-HT930 system serviced. If you're handy with electronics you might get lucky and find something burnt out inside, but in my experience this will be %0.25 successful. If the rest of your system works perfectly, I wouldn't crack open the case - it's not worth your time.

Samsung un46f6300 does not turn on

Does the power on led burn?
If not, check if the power cable is inserted in the wall outlet. Check if the wall outlet has any power, by plugging in a lamp or so. Then check if the power cable is correct inserted in your flat panel TV.
Still no light, perhaps the cable is defect. If you have a power led burning on the TV, try switching it on manually, not by the remote.
To check the remote control, use a smart phone or a digital camera. Hold the front of the remote control in front of the camera lens and while the camera is on, press the on / off button on the remote. Look at the display if from the remote control is coming some light. If not, replace the batteries in the remote control. Or if the remote control is new, perhaps you should put in some batteries?

Subtitles are coming turned on,and I can't get turn them off what should I do


Your TV has mistuned with improper remote entry. Set it reset to factory settings. To set it to factory settings, do the following.

Using the "POWER button on the front panel or remote control, cycle

the power off and back on again. When the front panel LED displays

"boot", press these buttons in a sequence: "UP, DOWN, BACKWARD ARROW" and

" MENU-SELECT". The Receiver will be reset as the default status


Use the default password "0000" to access the Lock menu and set a

new password.
Be sure to repeat your channel Auto Scan before using the receiver.


No power

Crystal for system micro should be in front panel display and near the lcd display .while your there check solder connections in display board

Rear Wirelss speaker do not work

With the main unit turned off, press and hold [REMAIN] on the home theater's remote for 4 seconds. (The REMAIN button is directly under the 7 button). Once held down for 4 seconds, the Volume Indicator on the main unit will turn on for 1 second. Release the [REMAIN]. 

Press the [RESET] on the back of the Wireless Receiver 2-3 times. The Standby/On LED on the front of the Wireless Receiver will blink 3 times
Turn on the main unit. The Link LED on the wireless receiver will light up if process is done correctly. The front of the main unit will no longer say REAR CHK and the rear speakers should now function correctly. 



If the display processor has failed, you are out of luck, but sometimes it is just the backlighting (bulb or LED) for the LCD display or if if nothing in that circuit has voltage, then you can usually track down the power regulator for it and fit that.
Hope Ya Fix It!

Front Display Panel Not Responding

the cable is torn that connects the lcd to the headunit.
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