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How to tune TV with NEC Remote Controller RD-D80

How do you tune the stations on an old TV with my NEC remote controller that came with the TV given to use

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SOURCE: i have no remote how

check your manual , it contains all the feature..
if you dont have then try it to company website..


regards,

Posted on Aug 10, 2008

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SOURCE: Remote for an NEC PX-42XR3A......

hello,
i have brand new remote for this model from nec company.........and 2nd you can buy yourself from company call this number and let them know your model they ,ll send u remote number is this 800-836-0655 original company website is this www.necdisplay.com
have great day let me know if u get it
thanks

Posted on Nov 07, 2008

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SOURCE: nec chromvision tv (no remote) unable to tune

Just buy any Logitech Harmony universal remote control

Posted on Sep 16, 2009

Geekman
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SOURCE: Ethernet Controller driver for NEC LL550/G

You can download the LAN drivers from the NEC WEB site.
Select your model notebook and the Windows XP or Vista drivers you require. Use this link.

www.nec.com/global/support/downloads/index.html

Posted on Dec 29, 2009

fieldy14
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SOURCE: I have a NEC TV

I reccomend contacting NEC and obtaining a replacement remote from them. Universal remotes are not as compatible as people believe they are. Good luck.

Posted on Sep 21, 2011

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