Home Theater Questions? Ask a Technician for Answers ASAP
Hi, Please let me know what remote you have and your TV, and any other device the remote control works?
I will need the full model #'s and a better description so I can help you solve this mystery lol.
Hi, Thank you for the excellent description of the problem.
I would simply replace that remote as it is failing internally.
You could go through Bose, or another way to get a brand new replacement remote is either one of these two sites.
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Thanks for that.
Then in this case you have either a dusty sensor in the TV or one that needs to be replaced due to the fact that it became weak as does happen on occasion.
You can replace the IR board fairly easily if you have electronic soldering experience and I will help Also with where to buy that part.
Please let me know on that?
Or you will need to have Best Buy or Sears fix this, it's not an expensive component but it needs to be replaced so the TV can see the IF signals from the remote better.
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