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I can't get my cable to run through my sanyo vhr 5428 to display

It was working fine until the power went out. Now it displays a blue screen telling me to press enter to auto search channels. but I lost remote how do I press enter with out remote?

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You can't press enter without the remote. Your only hope is to go on eBay and search for the very same remote control. Be patient and check for a couple of weeks if you have to. Especially now that it's Christmas a lot of people will be selling their old remotes on eBay.

Posted on Dec 25, 2008

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