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This model remote is sold under a number of different brand names, but they are all the same. Manual can be found here: http://broadband.motorola.com/consumers/products/drc400/downloads/DRC400SeriesRemote_UserGuide.pdf
judging by the year, this set should definitely be cable ready. check the front of the tv if it has a control panel for a switch that says catv/normal or something similar, if it does not have that switch, check the settings via the remote.
the channel a connector may require an adapter depending on the type of connector. i had an old tv that required an adapter in order to plug the cable coax into it, it resembled an rca connector and is used on some older tv's in place of a screw on connector.
if all else fails, your cable company should be able to provide you with a tuner/converter for free or minimal charge.
No. These chip store the U/A (Unit Address) inside the chip in a "one-way format" that cannot be reverse engineered for extraction, exporting or importing. Doing so destroys the actual chip. <p>
If your "shop" is not authorized to repair the Motorola brand and is doing so by way of an unauthorized DAC, they would be in violation of the DMCA and could face millions in fines and your owner, along with anyone responsible or in direction connection to using, aquiring, administering, updating, etc of the unauthorized DAC could spend many years in a federal institution for doing so. <p>
Motorola/GI General Instrument Corporation work very closely with the US Government, CIA and DOD for their digital security.<p>