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Lost the remote

Maneuver through the menu without the remote.....to move from "play" to "scene selection" to "bonus material" manually?

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Hello,
If it is Sony DVD Player DVP-NS425P then you need original remote to use above options.
Remote part number is as follows...
lost the remote - clear_spacer.gif " 147772411 " RMT-D153A REMOTE CONTROLand price is approx $18 and available at Sony Accessories. Please write model number of your dvd player DVP-NS425P in search box and see result.

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