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Sony KP44PS2 Remote Control Problems

Discussion in 'General TV Discussions Forum' started by bpoostchi, Mar 28, 2002.

  1. bpoostchi

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    I would like to know if anyone is having problems with the remote
    control of the above TV. My 1st TV - The remote control would not work unless I was holding the RCU 2" away from the TV. My 2nd set has started to do the same thing after a couple of months. No other TVs have shown this problem, so I doubt it is an environmental issue.


    Many Thanks
    Bernard
     
  2. dodocream

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    Absolutely no problems at all with mine m8. As it's happened to two in a row, my guess is it's 'enviromental' as you put it or maybe interferance from something else in the room. Try it with nothing else electrical turned on.

    DDC
     
  3. Taz

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    Welcome Bernard.....

    Wouldn't this thread be better in Remote Controls:confused:



    Taz.:cool:
     
  4. bpoostchi

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    dodocream - Thanks.

    Have tried removing some things SONY have recommended (e.g. DECT Phone, Energy Saving Bulbs, etc...), but no luck. Doubt its environmental as 2nd set behaved itself for a couple of months and now started playing up and I hven't added anything new to the room. Problem is its intermittent. Sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn't. No set pattern to it.



    Taz - Thanks :)

    I posted here as it is directly related to the KP44PS2. If you think it should be posted elsewhere, can you move it? I will gladly followup on threads in different forum.




    Regards
    Bernard :rolleyes: :
     

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