Originally Posted by AKJohnny
Anybody know if the eeColor box is in Logitech's Harmony remote database? I've looked and can't find it. I just setup my new eeColor box and the remote is not working. I cannot even get the Harmony to learn the codes since the remote is not sending out any signal. I don't know if it's the battery or remote, and I don't have a CR2025 battery on hand.
Hi, can you rotate the battery, maybe it's not positioned at correct polarity inside to the remote.
Do that test using a smartphone camera to see if remote's LED is lighting up.
(it's not working with iPhone)
If you see the LED from inside the camera flashing (but not bright enough), means that the remote is ok, but the battery is low.
Please replace the battery with a new one.
That code of batteries are loosing their power over the time. I have seen this to Samsung TV with active 3d glasses that are coming with the same battery code, when you will installed a sealed battery to the glasses you will see at screen the indicator that is has energy below 20% when you will be a last year model for example.
Something similar happened to your eeColor. Maybe it was stored over a year to the factory so the battery degraded.
eeColor's OSD Screen will lit when there is active connection only. So if the blu-ray or the TV is closed, the remote and OSD will not work.
When eeColor will detect active connection, then the OSD will light up and you will be able to use the remote.
You can look about this to the eeColor's manual, it has some remote button's RS232 codes:
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S/W: LightSpace CMS, SpaceMan ICC, SpaceMatch DCM, CalMAN 5, CalMAN RGB, ChromaPure, ControlCAL
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P/G: DVDO AVLab TPG
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