Question about Pioneer Televison & Video
SOURCE: set top box and remote control
I have the same problem. When I move the 8300HDC away from the TV, or power off the TV, the remote responds. There seems to be some kind of RF interference, which makes no sense since the TV shouldn't emit RF, and the the box should be using IR only for remote input. My TV is a 46" LCD Samsung. Try turning off the TV and see if the 8300HDC responds to powering on and off with the remote.
Posted on Nov 18, 2007
Not sure if you found the problem for this, but I had the same problem and couldn't find any reference to this except your question so thought I would put up an answer in case it can help you or anyone else.
Aparently, Alba have got hold of the codes that Toshiba use for their remote controls, so if you have a Toshiba telly an Alba product like this won't work. The only solution being to return it and get a different make.
I returned mine twice for a straight exchange thinking it was just a manufacture fault before I found this out. I then exchanged it for a Bush set top box - only a fiver more - and it now works PERFECT!
I hope this helps some.
Posted on Feb 21, 2010
Unfortunately the first generation DLP's from Mitsubishi are prone to have Capacitor failure through out the chassis. Most likely that is what your set is experiencing. I would start by replaceing the suspect caps on the DM amd The Power boards. You can get the V26 Chassis DM/Power repair kit from www.tvrepairworld.com which also contains instructions.
Posted on Jun 22, 2010
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