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Saturday, 8 November 2014

HOW TO REPAIR A REMOTE CONTROL

Now i give you some technical idea for repair a defective remote control.


STEP 1
Check first 2 nos of battery amp with your multimeter or change these. If not don then..........
STEP 2
Open remote control cabinet.If not don then..........
STEP 3
After insert battery check 3v dc reach to battery connecting spring clamp.
If not reach then wash with spirit or other process.
Then check IR LED 2 points one is 3v dc and second one is 2v dc.
If cant get these then check IR LED and path to this.If not don then..........
STEP 4
Check or change the crystal CRB 455E .If not don then..........
STEP 5
Re soldering the ic.If not don then..........
STEP 6
If not complete then remote is damage.  

 

Batteries dislodged or drained

Open the battery cover and make sure the batteries are properly seated.  Press a few device buttons like AUX, DVD, STB, TV. If the top of your remote flashes briefly, the batteries are working. If the top of the remote does not flash, your batteries need to be replaced.The batteries in your remote control may have become dislodged or are drained.

Remote is for another TV

If you have multiple TVs, you may be using a remote that is programmed for another TV.
  • Check that you're using the remote that was set up for the TV you are trying to control.

Device not active

The device you are trying to control may not be the active device.
  • Press the device button for the device you are trying to control to make it the active device. Try to operate the device again.

Signal not being received

Something may be blocking the path to the device you want to control, you may not be pointing at the sensor on the device, or you may be too far away.

  • Open cabinet doors and remove any other obstacles that may be between the remote and the device.
  • Point the remote directly at the sensor on the device.
     
  • Be sure you are within 8 meters or 25 feet of the device you want to control.

 Device not programmed

The device you are trying to control may not be programmed into your remote.
  • To program the device into your remote control, find your remote on the FiOS TV remote controls & codes page and select the applicable Set up your remote link.

TV settings have changed

Your TV settings may have been accidentally changed.
  • Using the remote control that came with your TV, check that your TV is set to either channel 3 or 4 and that it is currently set for the input mode you are trying to control.

Loose connection

There may be a loose connection at the Optical Network Terminal (ONT) or splitter.
  • Check that the ONT or splitter connections are secure.


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