The wall outlet should be unplugged from your Hisense TV’s power adapter. Wait for 60 seconds.
Wait for your TV’s turn-on to happen. Hold down the power key on your TV for 30 seconds. This will disable any power remaining in the TV’s capacitors.
After the timer has ended, plug the TV in again. Wait for the TV to turn on. It may take some time. Then test the remote.
This can be used to fix remote problems. This will ensure that your TV is running smoothly.
Liquid damage to buttons circuits is next. This can lead to buttons becoming unresponsive or unable to function.
Liquids can build up in your remote and cause a residue which could make rubber buttons not touch the circuit pads.
Liquid damages can be caused when you press one button too hard.
A quick DIY repair can be done to take apart the remote and clean it. To buy a new remote, search online for the Hisense model.
We don’t want to stop there, if you are interested and would like start a new project. It isn’t working yet!
Open your remote case to remove liquid residue.
Open the Hisense remote. Next, take out the batteries and press the power button a few times to disengage the remote.
Position the remote on the back of the device and insert a flat-head screwdriver into the space between the panels.
Use another screwdriver to widen the gap. Slide each section down with the screwdriver.
Cleanse the components
Once the panel is removed, you will find the circuit board and rubber panel within it.
There will be hair, stains and other dirt throughout the interior. The rubber button’s back side is the most important.
Clean liquid residue with 99% Isopropyl alcohol.
Have a look at the circuit board. You will find rubber buttons that are compatible with panel-compatible pads.
To locate the button on your Hisense remote that is not responding, align both the rubber panel and the circuit board side-by-side.
Have a look at Circuit Board Pads
Circuit board pads can be stained by liquid damage or overuse. Alcohol is a good option to remove any stains.
Another great trick to use is your pencil to trace along the circuit board pad tracks. Graphite used in pencil improves conductivity and makes it easier to register pressure on the pad.
Once you have cleaned everything, it’s time to put it back together. Be sure they are in their respective panels.
Connect all the panels and press down to make sure they are connected. Recharge the batteries.
Hope the Hisense remote works again after all of this.
Remotes from Hisense can be very affordable but it can be frustrating waiting for delivery and not being able to use your Hisense TV.
These top fixes for Hisense remotes that don’t work are
- The batteries should be removed from your Hisense TV remote. Next, press the power button several more times.
- Check that your Hisense remote has an IR sensor.
- Remove any obstructions between your remote and Hisense TV
- By pressing the button a few time, you can smash all buttons of your Hisense TV remote.
- Charge your batteries with a brand new pair
- Unplug your TV from the wall and wait for 30 seconds before reconnecting it.
- Use 99% Isopropyl alcohol to remove liquid damage from your Hisense remote’s circuit board and rubber button panels.