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Re: Can I control my DVD player from this remote and how?
Probably only as long as it's a Toshiba dvd player, can't say i've ever got one to work even the TV hansets with dvd controls.
This is what the site says it works with:-
This replacement remote will operate all functions of models 32A33, 32A43, 32AF43, 32AF44, 35AF44, 35A44, 36A43 and 36AF43.
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You could try a universal remote (if one is available which will provide most functions to your player, such as STOP/PLAY etc.).
You can try a simple test on your existing RCA remote to see if it provides a 'frequency pulse'. Turn a radio on, select a black section of the AM band (not FM) turn volume up halfway, place remote near it, listen for pips and noises from the speaker(s) - if this occurs, the remote itself is OK. This is the cheapest idea to try first before going out and buying a new remote.
* If the unit does not respond to the universal (regardless of whether a
remote code is required or not) then the IRD within the unit itself and
its associated controller circuit may have failed (hence why the remote
does not work). Repair of this requires a qualified workshop technician (because of the many surface-mounted components in the IRD controller circuit). *
But try the original remote-to-AM-radio test and/or purchase a universal remote or similar if necessary.
yes there are code that you can use to open the region of your DVD player to play multi region disc. But your supplied remote can not do the job. Normally I use factory service remote to free the region of all panasonic DVD player.
The only thing you can do is ask a help from a qualified service technician, I may reffer you to "Next electronics" this is electronic service center within newzealand and ask them if they can convert your DVD player to play mullti region disc. If only your close to my place i would defenitly help your problem.
I heard that no universal remotes have codes for RJ-TECH products. Also each remote has separate codes for each brand was told by another person, My remote broke as well and I found that a lot of remotes around the house had certain buttons that did different features on my dvd player. So if you have a remote which can record the infared codes for each button (Macro codes or something) that would work but I am not sure if there is a way to get the exact buttons on a universal remote to work on the dvd player. The second option is buy a universal remote from RJ-TECH if they sell them. I am just about to check for myself now, if they dont have 1 I'm buying a new DVD player cause its usesless if I cant control all the features without a remote.
Depends on the type of Sansui device. Here is the info I have:
0632 for tv/vcr
0041 for a TV/DVD combo or DVD/VCR combo or DVD or VCR
many for CD players - 0268, 0072, 0973, 0075
0015 or 0632 for any TV
if these fail, the universal is usually 0711
If this fails, I have the Philips digit grid - reply thru FixYa, not my personal e-mail. Make sure to rate me.
HOW TO CHECK THE REMOTE WITH AN AM RADIO .
!. SWITCH ON THE RADIO AND SELECT MW BAND ON THE RADIO.
2.PRESS ANY BUTTON ON THE REMOTE CONTROL WITH BATTERY INSIDE.
NOW YOU CAN HEAR A PULSING SOUND FROM THE RADIO. THAT MEANS YOUR REMOTE UNIT IS WORKING FINE.
SO THAT YOU CAN CONFIRM THAT THE SENSOR IN THE DVD PLAYER IS NOT WORKING.
YOU HAVE TO CHECK THE VOLTAGE OF THE SENSOR /REPLACE IT IF YOU ARE A TECHNICALY QUALIFIED PERSON OTHERWISE TAKE IT TO THE NEAREST SERVICE CENTER.