Introduction

Apparently, there is conductive paint on each button that allows a button press to send signal. After many uses of the power button, it became more and more difficult to work it. I researched a couple ways to fix this and ultimately did a cheapo hack.

  1. There are two screws on this remote controller. One behind the yellow sticker. One in the battery housing.
    • There are two screws on this remote controller. One behind the yellow sticker. One in the battery housing.

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  3. Using a spudger to ease the two pieces apart will help you get started. Pulling will most likely cause a break in the snap-in pieces.
    • Using a spudger to ease the two pieces apart will help you get started. Pulling will most likely cause a break in the snap-in pieces.

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    • Draw a thick layer of graphite onto a piece of paper.

    • Rub the piece of paper onto the membrane. Test the button for conductivity.

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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