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Re: RCA RS2052 Bookshelf System
Have you tried cleaning the sensor on your stereo, and also the transmitter on the front of your remote? Otherwise check the battery terminals in the remote for corrosion to make sure the batteries havent leaked.
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There is a problem with the device itself...what I would recommend you to do is to return it from the store you purchase it...there isnt anything phisycally you can do about the problem you are having...it is the device itself that is defective.
You can find the manual through Amazon.com here. The original remote, RCA part number 268773, is no longer available. But a search for that number turned up several sources for suitable replacements. Here's one I picked from the Google results (I have purchased remotes from these folks in the past), and here's another for good measure (a better price, but I've never done business with them)..
a) a burnt out LED (light emmiting diode) inside the display (could be tricky or difficult to change it) or a faulty LED power supply line
b) if the light source is an electroluminescent panel, possibly the panel itself or the power supply is faulty (electroluminescent panels use an elevated voltage power supply which is in the shape of a small box somewhere inside the housing, with two wires going to the panel - it is also possible that the power supply is not in the form of a box but is in fact an integral part of the circuitry).
c) a loose wire contact - check the connectors for any broken wires, oxidation on contacts or loose solder points for connectors on the circuit board
Anyway, these are just possibilities so the trouble may as well be somewhere else in the system.
You may have corroded battery input terminals in the remote control. Try using some electronic contact cleaner to clean the contacts. If that does not work try putting in a new set of batteries. If this does not work, you will need to get a new remote control.Having it repaired will cost as much as getting a new one. I hope this information helps you with you problem with the remote control. Thank you for using FixYa and have a nice day.
Try this... unplug the unit and turn it upside down. Have a small screwdriver ready. No plug the unit in and try to turn the wheel in the large slot clockwize. When you see the spring clip try to grab the white plastic stop and move it clockwize. This should eventually open the door. It did for me.