I have the same problem as someone else on here. I bought my TV in 2007 the day after I recieved the TV it stopped responding to the remote control, I was going to ring the company I bought it off the next day but suddenly the remote started working fine again. 2 Years on without problem and my tv decided to stop responding to the remote last night. I have done many things recommended online to test the remote, new batteries, resetting, checking Infrared via camera ect ect. Nothing seemed to work. I turned my TV from the mains and left it only to wake up today and find the remote is working again..... However a few hours later the Remote has stopped working, this is very eratic. I don't know if it's a remote problem or a problem with the TV, The bottons on the TV itself work fine.
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Re: LE26R74BDX TV Not responding to Remote
There is a easier way to check your remote. Open your radio on AM frequencies, you don't need to be tuned just noise is perfect, then bring your remote near the antenna and press some button. You will ear the frequency in your radio. If it works this way but not on the TV make sure to press the TV button before using it (if the remote is universal).
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these codes are built and programmed into the remote and directly into the recievers. unless you have a universal remote then this rca remote will not work. they both communicate on different wave lengths and under different recievers.
There is no excuse to hold someone's gear hostage for a half-year.
I hope for your sake that it was a 'factory authorized' service org.
If is was, contact Sanyo and raise Cain about it; this set seems to have way more problems than is common for the brand.
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Is it a original remote or a replacement universal remote? If it is the latter, then it looks like someone has accidently programmed it for the frequency which is compatible with the recieve frequency of the Remote sensor of your VCR or DVD player.