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maybe i can help, as i had this device in past. but i dont understand schematics. here are some screenshots from schematics: device sensor: remote:


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As @ChrisStratton syas: questions about usage of consumer products are off-topic here. However I feel for you having had the same problem. I have used universal remotes in the past. They often come with a huge list of TV's which can be selected using a preset code. Even if your TV is not on the list, I had one (can't remember the brand), where you could ...


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You must somehow figure out the protocol how data is sent, and what the button data is. Sometimes IR remotes have a standard chip inside them so finding the remote controller schematics would help most, or at least finding an identical remote to analyze the protocol and data sent by the buttons. Usually the schematics of the device does not help figuring out ...


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It's kind of like standing too close to the big speakers at a rock concert. The music is so loud you can't really make out what it sounds like. It's just a painfully loud noise. The same thing can happen to receivers. They are made to pick up weak signals. If the receiver is too close to the transmitter, then the radio signal is so "loud" that the ...


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