The remote control does not operate.
Check if the TV is working properly
- Press the power button on the TV to determine if the problem is with the remote control or not. For the location of the power button, refer to the Reference Guide supplied with the TV.
- If the TV is not working, try resetting it.
If a full reset (restart) of the TV is required
Check if the remote control is working properly
- Point the remote control at the remote control sensor located at the front of the TV.
- Keep the remote control sensor area clear from obstacles.
- Fluorescent light can interfere with remote control operation; try turning off any fluorescent light.
- Check that the orientation of each battery matches the positive (+) and negative (-) symbols in the battery compartment.
- Battery power may be low. Remove the remote control cover and replace the batteries with new ones.
- Sliding type
- Push-release type
- Sliding type
- Depending on your model, a Bluetooth remote control is supplied and already paired with the TV. At the time of shipment, the supplied paired remote control cannot be used to operate other TVs. When checking remote control operation, use with the TV with which the remote control was supplied.
Reset the remote control
If the remote control does not operate correctly due to poor battery contact or static electricity, the problem may be resolved by resetting the remote control.
- Remove the batteries from the remote control.
- Press the power button on the remote control for three seconds.
- Install new batteries into the remote control.
- When you unplug the TV and plug it in again, the TV may not be able to turn on for a while, even if you press the power button on the remote control or the TV. This is because it takes time to initialize the system. Wait for about 10 to 20 seconds, then try again.
- When you cannot search using your voice, activate the (Microphone) button by pressing the HOME button and selecting [Settings] — [Touchpad Remote Control settings]/ [Voice Remote Control]
The setting displayed varies depending on your model.