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Post by CHimaera1985 on Tue Jul 26 2011, 21:21

I don't know what has happened but my kryptview doesn't respond to the remote! It isn't the remote as I have another Kryptview downstairs and it works on that box. I'm a bit worried as I can't doa factor reset or anything. Could it be because all the channels are down? It does still turn over and switch off if i press on the boxes buttons. Any thoughts?
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Post by big eggy on Tue Jul 26 2011, 22:22

my chaannels are down to Sad tryed a lot of diffrent things but no joy! it normally sorts it self out will look 2moro for a soulition Laughing

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Post by CHimaera1985 on Tue Jul 26 2011, 22:27

Cheers big eggy, it's not that it isdown its just that my remote, well neither of the2 that i have work on it!
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Post by CHimaera1985 on Tue Jul 26 2011, 22:50

Have just sorted it!! It was a loose wire inside. To solve this, I took out the 5 screws (3 back, 1 l/side, 1 r/side), then slid the top off. I could then see a mass of wires all going into a plastic rectangle thing (technical lingo i know!). I could see that it didn't look secure, so gave it a gentle push back into its slot, nice and snug like. turned it on and off via remote, channel up and down via remote, problem solved. Please note that I did unplug it from the wall socket, do not open it whilst it is plugged into the wall!
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Post by morehelpme on Tue Jul 26 2011, 23:46

shocking you never said your hands were wet affraid Laughing
well done m8

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Post by CHimaera1985 on Wed Jul 27 2011, 09:51

r d r r ...... my screwdriver isn't plastic either Razz And the last time I did anything with electricity involved you could have chucked me in a bath and thrown your laundry in!
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