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· Beware the Attack Basset
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This could mean that your "new" batteries aren't as new as you think. The remotes will exhibit all sorts of strange behavior when the batteries are low.

You might try removing the batteries for a few minutes and re-installing them.
 

· Beware the Attack Basset
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What does that do that makes the remote controller work again by removing the batteries then reinstalling after this timeframe?
It gives the electronics a chance to drain any damaging voltages before it gets re-powered. Think of a quick swap kind of like a brown-out where the voltage drops to levels that makes the remote unstable enough to lose its mind.
 
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