Question about Televison & Video
Yes. If the remote control works properly, you can. Be sure the infrared receiver at the front panel not disconnected.
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Posted on Sep 12, 2019
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Unless you had the remote tested by Samsung, the test isn't comprehensive; it will only tell if the remote is putting out infra-red of some kind, that type of tester cannot determine if the codes are correct or complete.
The only true test would be one in which you had a second TV or a second, known working remote. Even using an oscilloscope with an infra-red detector wouldn't help unless one had the specific code sequences available, it would only appear as a pulse train.
Posted on Sep 22, 2008
The control chip is dead. Since the chip is on the mainboard it also must be completely replaced.
The problem is not in the price - the board and the replacement labor by a repairman will cost you less than $300 - it will be in finding the board in the first place: Protron is a no-name manufacturer that makes its tv's from separate parts that it buys from other manufacturers at the cheapest price possible, they only assemble them also the cheapest way possible; as such you can't get parts from them , they don't have any - especially if the tv is out of production for more than a year(all the warranties have expired and they no longer have to fix them). Because of that all you can do is to try to find a second hand board online or at a repair shop. Before calling a repairman make sure it can get the board at a reasonable price.
Posted on Aug 17, 2010
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The volume knob issue alone sounds like it's hardware-related and therefore not easily fixed. Also, since the remote appears to be working (the LED's are lighting up), but the unit is not controlled anymore, the IR sensor is probably faulty as well. I would seriously consider sending this AV receiver in for repair. If it's still within warranty, you shouldn't need to pay anything for the repair.
Manual for your receiver: http://www2.yamaha.co.jp/manual/pdf/av/english/re/RX-V1000.pdf
It's not much but I hope this helps.
Posted on Aug 21, 2011
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