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#1 OFFLINE   rahlquist

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Posted 11 January 2013 - 09:36 PM

Recently our R34 took another flight off the bed onto the hardwood in the middle of the night. Shortly after we noticed that hitting the OFF button didnt power off the TV anymore. If I slid the selector to TV and used PWR it would turn it off. So I ordred a RC65RX and when it arrived I set it up, get everything working with the exception of, you guessed it, the OFF button still will only kill the DVR and not the TV. The PWR button again works.

Any thoughts or suggestions?

For whatever reason the old code no longer works (difference in the remotes?) Found this thread http://forums.direct...mentID=10840199 with same tv and remote and now its all good.

Edited by rahlquist, 11 January 2013 - 09:47 PM.


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#2 OFFLINE   JBv

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Posted 11 January 2013 - 11:08 PM

Edit: oh, Toshiba! Code 12006 works for on/off on most of them. The other one that usually works is 10765 but that one will not work with the TV Input button.
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#3 OFFLINE   jagrim

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Posted 12 January 2013 - 07:40 AM

Recently our R34 took another flight off the bed onto the hardwood in the middle of the night. Shortly after we noticed that hitting the OFF button didnt power off the TV anymore. If I slid the selector to TV and used PWR it would turn it off. So I ordred a RC65RX and when it arrived I set it up, get everything working with the exception of, you guessed it, the OFF button still will only kill the DVR and not the TV. The PWR button again works.


Rahlquist,

I had the same issue on one of my remotes. The on/off would not work unless the I used the slider switches. I could also hear some rattling noise when I shook the remote. I had a spare but didn't want to take the time to reprogram so Qi opened it up. Instructions can be found on this site or do a search on YouTube will give you a video go by. I found that a little piece of orange junk that was used to stabilize the transmitter had broken off and was preventing the on/off button from working. Cleaned it off and it works perfectly again. Total time to fix was under 15 minutes.

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Posted 12 January 2013 - 05:20 PM

Is there anything in the tips and tricks to fix this: :lol:

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Finally got sick of dealing with this one and another that was acting up, so have two new ones coming Monday.
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