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I also have an early RCA universal remote with the number 97P04730 stamped on the battery cover. I do know if that is the part number for the remote. There are buttons labelled TV and VCR, presumably to select which device the buttons will work for. This remote has a "search" button, but no "code search" button that is found on later RCA remotes. I have spend several hours searching the net for any information on this device. The only thing I found was a post that claimed this early remote is programmed by pressing and holding the device button (TV or VCR) and simultaneously entering the device code. Because this is a very old remote, it probably uses 3 digit codes. There are several places that list RCA 3 digit remote codes. I have tried to program mine this way, but I have not been successful. Possibly my remote is not working correctly, but it is putting out IR.
programming a device: make sure batteries are installed correctly. Turn device on(for ex., your TV). Press TV button next to Power button on your 15-2147...Press and hold the little P button until the red LED lite blinks twice...enter the first four-digit code for your device(in your case,JVC TV...first set of #s is '0463' ) note: the LED will blink once as each number is entered. If the number is correct the LED will blink 2x. Note if the LED doesn't blink twice after entering the 4 digit code, begin again with the next set of numbers. For JVC the codes are 0463 and 0053. Once your remote blinks twice after entering in your TV code, press the power button. This should turn off your TV. Just use like any other remote. Hope this helps you.