How to Replace Your Television Remote Control, Without Using a Universal Replacement
In the United States, the average American will spend an estimated 9 years watching television during their lifetime. It’s hard to imagine watching television without TV remote controls – but the truth is – televisions existed for a long time without users having the convenience of changing the channel from the couch, and the first remote control wasn’t wireless either, instead it was connected to the television using a wire.
Television remote controls are some of the most frequently lost household items. How many times can you remember asking yourself or someone else “where’s the remote?” Because of people losing remote controls and their not-so-durable design, TV remote controls replacement is common. Before purchasing a replacement for your lost or broken TV remote, fist try resetting and reprogramming the device. In fact, an estimated 1 out of 3 dead remotes can be revived using this resetting and reprogramming method.
If resetting and reprogramming your remote control doesn’t work, most people will purchase a universal television remote for replacement. However, universal remote controls often don’t have the features the original remote that came with the device did. This can be limiting, and frustrating for the device owner. Instead of purchasing a universal remote, many websites exist online that specialize is replacing original remotes from multiple manufacturers. These websites can replace most manufactured devices such as Sony, Samsung, LG, Toshiba, Panasonic, Magnavox and Sharp replacement remotes. Samsung remote control replacement and Sharp replacement remotes are popular because these remote controls offer a wide variety of features and options for the user to take advantage of. To figure out which remote control you need to replace for a lost or damaged remote, you can look for the model number on the back of the device, or in owners manual. More like this blog.