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Digitalstream DTV remote broken

Are there any remote controls that can replace a broken remote for the product mentioned above? It appears to be a bad battery contact (Possibly dropped too many times).
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  • Anonymous Feb 19, 2009

    Digital Stream HD converter box's remote no longer works. The LED does output a signal, verified by pointing at a camcorder and observing it flicker, and another remote in another room does operate the box, but this one doesn't. Batteries have been replaced, it simply stopped while "surfing", none of the buttons do anything. I'd like to just find the remote itself, without buying another converter box.

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Found on the manufacturar's site:

http://www.dsconverter.com/index.php?p=5#5

Can I use my Universal Remote Control to operate the converter box?
Yes, follow the guidelines below for the different Universal Remotes and Converter Boxes sold at RadioShack.
Digital Stream Digital to Analog Converter Box (Model DTX9900, SKU 15-149) 

If the date code on your model is April 2008 (04A08) or later, the following universal remotes from RadioShack will work, with the exceptions as listed below.

Notes: 
1. EPG is the Guide button.
2. PREV is the Last button.
3. Limited functionality.

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