SONY RMDC51 Remote Control

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SONY RMDC51 Remote Control is guaranteed to work with the following models

Originally supplied with models: 146540911, 146757421, 146757423, 146777911, CDPCE105, CDPCE305, CDPCE5, CDPCE505, CDPCEE505, CDPCX350, F27630SFFE1, MHC5500, RMS545, RMT708, SONCCDTRV75, TCH500, CDPC450Z, CDPCE405, CDPCX555ES, rmdx350

Compatible with models: 146742921, 146757421, CCDTR2000, CCDTR2000E, CCDTR700, CCDVX1, CCDVX1E, CCDVX3, CDPC160Z, CDPC16OZ, CDPC250Z, CDPC25OZ, CDPC260Z, CDPC26OZ, CDPC305, CDPC350OZ, CDPC350Z, CDPC661, CDPCE105, CDPCE215, CDPCE305, CDPCE315, CDPCE4, CDPCE405, CDPCE5, CDPCE505, CDPCX350, CDPH300, CPPC661, MHC550, MHC5500, MHC5500CD, RM155K, RMDC41, RMDC51, RMS500, RMT705, RMT708, TAH4700, TAH500, TCH500

Note: This list may not be a complete list.

Product description

Model: RM-DC51
PN: 147353111



Model: RMDC51
Part Number: 147353111
Associated Number: RM-DC51
Catalogue No.: 1217
Battery Required : 2 AA

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    It's especially important to keep your remote control clean during times like the flu and cold season. The TV remote might even see more action than the bathroom door handle, which means that all those germs are just sitting around, waiting to be picked up by the next person who just wants to watch their favorite shows. Below are some quick tips to help you clean and disinfect your remote so that you and your family can safely enjoy your daily down time. Avoid Water There are those who suggest putting your remote in the dishwasher. Donít do it. Since there are multiple internal contact points, this is really the fastest way to motivate yourself to start playing with all those remote control codes you'll have to learn when you buy a new Universal remote to replace your existing water-damaged remote. It's really best to avoid water altogether, just to be safe. Apply Rubbing Alcohol and Cotton Swabs Rubbing alcohol is safe to use on the outside and the inside of your device. Simply dip the swab in rubbing alcohol and wring out the excess liquid. Now use it to clean the small areas around the buttons after you remove the batteries. It's always a good idea to remove the batteries, not just to prevent damage to the internal workings, but to avoid accidentally flipping your television off and on or changing codes or settings. When you clean around the buttons, push down on them so that you can clean the little crevice around them, as well. Use these tips to ensure that your remote is always free from germs, especially after all those holiday festivities where your home is filled to the brim with friends and family.

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