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HowTo simply check RCU (Remote Control Unit)

Discussion in 'Black Hole HowTo & Guides' started by paolino, Mar 13, 2014.

  1. paolino

    paolino Moderator

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    At first I'd like to thanks @Mito:). He knows why.

    There is a lot of members of our community who has problems with RCU (batteries, not working buttons, ...)

    It's very simple to check it.

    HowTo Check RCU in Very Simple Way.

    1. Use your digital camera, smartphone, webcam, ...
    2. Point your RCU to your camera lens, look at LCD device display.
    3. If your RCU IR transmitter is working well, you should see white/violet light of IR LED on your display after pressing RCU buttons.

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    4. If you can't see nothing or very low intensity of light, change batteries at first.

    That's it :D.

    I hope, will be useful for all.

    PS: Sorry for bad photo.
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  2. levi

    levi Moderator

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    thx paolino for short:p but use full info :)
  3. paolino

    paolino Moderator

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    OT : I like facts not stuff like "pre-election campaigning" :D.
  4. skyline

    skyline PrismCube Newbie

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    If you still have problems with the remote control, turn off the TV times and see if the Prismcube reacts better.
    If this is the case, the TV overlays the signal of the remote control.
    Try to change the picture settings on the TV to achieve an improvement.
  5. donalddd

    donalddd PrismCube Newbie

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    thanks thanks!!!
  6. Sam Copper

    Sam Copper PrismCube Newbie

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    Hi Guys i have a problem with the remote control unit after standby over a night it take something like 10 min to accept the command from RCU
    any solution ?
    THXX in advance
  7. skyline

    skyline PrismCube Newbie

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    Turn the TV off and try if prismcube works better.
  8. naghtan

    naghtan PrismCube Newbie

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    I have similar problem just after set up everything... The RCU send signal... the only way to make the Ruby receive it, is disconnect the antenna cable... :(( What is going on?

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