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What battery do I need for an Altec Lansing T612 remote control

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SOURCE: Remote Control Altec Lansing IM600 - Battery

Turn the remote upside down. At the bottom, there is a slot that opens the battery tray and a series of grooves that are part of a clip that releases the tray. Insert the fingernail of your thumb into the grooves and the fingernail of your index finger into the slot. Ease the grooves (clip) toward the middle of the remote and slide the tray out. There is a ridge in the tray that matches the battery only when the battery is in the proper position. Slide the tray back in. If the remote doesn't work, you've probably inserted the battery in the wrong position.

Posted on Feb 16, 2009

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I have Altec Lancing Fx5051 5.1 No doubt the Sound Quality is Awesome however, I had some Issues with the Speakers and the Power.. While Playing the Device .. Suddenly the Sounds become so Low that it becomes Difficult for any one to Listen.. but again after some Adjustment is Volume.. the Sounds Come back ... and this Things had to be Repetead every 2-3 minutes .....

I had Called up the Service Center Guys .. they asked me to Change the Power Supply to another point and Try ... I did but nothing worked ...

Now that I have Changed my entire Home with New Electrical Wires and Earthing Properly Fixed ... the Problem Still Persists ... But Now I see that the main Woofer is Not taking Power ... I dont Know wot is wrong ... Can you Please help me ... ...

Posted on Mar 19, 2011

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Posted on Mar 22, 2011

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The front of the Alec Lansing t612 got smudged with glue. How doiremovetkhespeakercover so I can clean the cover

Posted on Jun 13, 2012

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SOURCE: T612 Altec Lansing ipod player. The connector where the ipod sits is loose. Ipod wont stay.

The connector needs refitting , screwing in or replacing.
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