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hlthe2b

(103,638 posts)
3. Assuming you don't have the manual: Look up the brand & exact model and google it + manual
Mon Apr 22, 2024, 06:27 AM
Apr 2024

Several websites download pdfs of just about every appliance and electronic device-- most are free and you can download them to your computer for this and future needs.

Without it (and assuming it is not something simple that unplugging and letting it reset won't fix) we'd all likely just be guessing...

MiHale

(10,228 posts)
4. First question...why did you hit the button?
Mon Apr 22, 2024, 07:18 AM
Apr 2024

Second…is the remote charged or out of battery power? Third… is the ‘eye’ on the remote clean?

Sometimes it’s best to go to the simple fixes first.

Then.

SheilaAnn

(9,873 posts)
5. LOL, friend was trying to be helpful and wanted to show me where the manual button was, I was not aware, she pushed it,
Mon Apr 22, 2024, 07:26 AM
Apr 2024

I have fresh batteries and I agree that it's best to try the simple fixes first. I'm still working on it

SheilaAnn

(9,873 posts)
7. She is feeling so utterly guilty so I'm trying to make her feel better by saying I probably would have pushed it too.
Mon Apr 22, 2024, 07:53 AM
Apr 2024

I told her we will laugh about this Lucy/Ethel moment in no time. What else can I say?

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