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Re: Need a new remote control for Rio Go Video DDV9300...
I do not know what cable provider you have in your area. The best solution that I have used over and over again with replacing a remote since getting an original one is difficult but not impossible. Use remote controls that the cable company provides for its users. There is a small brochure that comes with it to help you program in the correct code. Most of these codes are brand specific and not necessarily model specific. I have always had success going this route in solving remote control problems. Give it a try. Those remotes enable you to program up to five or more units. Very good. God bless.
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You could try Curry's Partmaster website for the remote. As for the TV it will depend on the TV's imput sockets if you can connect it. Most VCR will only have a scart or S-Video connection. If the TV has these it will work. However even if you can the VCR will not record the HD signals or playback in HD. Though some HD TV's have what's called upscalling. Even so no vcr will ever be as good as a Blue-Ray. And those can record in HD.
Looks to me like you didn't need a new remote as the old one was working fine, it's just that the VCR remote censor has a fault on it. Or to put it simply it's the vcr that doesn't work, not your remotes.
There's nothing wrong with your VCR. Your remote probably set to control your TV. To fix that, simply press the VCR button on the remote, and you should be fine. The "T-U" really means "TV," but the designers at Panasonic wanted to use the standard seven-segment display to cut costs, hence "T-U" instead of "TV."
Based on your post/description:
1. the TV is stuck to A/V;
2. you have two video sources - VHS & DVD (assuming both are external and both have A/V outputs with the VCR also with inputs);
3. you want to use either VHS & DVD, one at a time.
You can do it the old fashion way, remove yellow, red, white RCA connectors from DVD and plug them at the outputs of the VHS when you want to use the VCR; or
Connect the A/V outputs of the DVD to the inputs of the VCR, connect the outputs of the VCR to the A/V inputs of the LXI TV.
Hopes this give you an idea. Post back how things are or should you need further information.
Good luck and kind regards.