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Versión actual por: jostewcrew ,

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damystica … if the problem disappears when removing the ir sensor, then the issue could lie with the board or the remote. to test the remote, make sure the batteries are fresh. look at the remote sensor through your phone camera and see if it is continuosly flashing or only flashing when a button is pressed. if its continuosly flashing, you may have some sticky keys or a malfunctioning remote (test the power button on the remote)
 
if not, then i would start looking into replacing the ir sensor board.
 
 
 
also, to cover all bases…many remotes can function on the same frequency so if there are multiple tvs in the house in use at the same time, try those remotes and see if that is the culprit. also, can use a phone to control the tv, any pranksters in the house?

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Aporte original por: jostewcrew ,

Texto:

damystica … if the problem disappears when removing the ir sensor, then the issue could lie with the board or the remote. to test the remote, make sure the batteries are fresh. look at the remote sensor through your phone camera and see if it is continuosly flashing or only flashing when a button is pressed. if its continuosly flashing, you may have some sticky keys or a malfunctioning remote (test the power button on the remote)

if not, then i would start looking into replacing the ir sensor board.

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