Question about Element Electronics Televison & Video
Purchased an Element Electronics replacement remote control for Element Electronics Model FLX-2610 LCD TV. Just putting batteries in does not work. What do I need to do so they will talk to each other?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Here's two places for your new remote:
Posted on May 10, 2009
go to the element electronics web site www.elementelectronics.com they have posted a usb thumb drive patch... as of 8-12-2010 the links do not work but once you identify your model and which download you need you can go to the left and find the "Downloads" and find it there. I downloaded the file from there and unfortunatly it did not work (as of 8-12-2010) I did receive an e-mail from Element, after I called and told them that the link was not working, the e-mail file worked perfectly!
Posted on Aug 13, 2010
Try ShopJimmy.com - they have a huge stock of TV parts. They are used but tested meaning they are usually much cheaper option and often have parts that are no longer available.
Power board: (verify correct part before ordering)
Picture of above part:
List of available parts for your TV:
You should verify the part number from your original board before ordering and also visually check that the replacement part matches your original. The part number is usually on a barcode sticker on the board or printed on the board itself. Be careful here as the number on the board may be the board number so try the find a part number if possible - the same board can be used for various configurations of components so is not a guarantee of being the correct part. Also manufacturers sometimes use different boards in televisions with the same model number according to price/availabilty/reliability.
You can also verify stock, part number, etc by contacting the supplier first. They may also be able to help you if you can't find your part on their website.
Alternatively, once you have identified the part number, search for other suppliers by entering the part number into Google or Google Product Search. Be sure to enter the part number with any hyphens, spaces or periods as it is written on the board and if you have no success, also try the same search without any punctuation, e.g just the numbers and letters with no spaces.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Nov 25, 2010
Unplug it leave it unplugged for about 10mins. replug it in and turn it on. If that doesnt work. Your going to most likely need to change the fuse for the power current. IF your not sure how to do this find expert repair services near you. It is cheaper to buy a new tv unless you try to do it yourself and end up damaging more
Posted on May 02, 2011
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