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Replacement Remote Needed

Does anyone know where I can get a replacement remote for the Goldstar GVR-DD1.

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Re: Replacement Remote Needed

Hello, I have a good used remote in excellent condition.If interested please contact me. Thanks. Ron

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Re: Replacement Remote Needed

You might try or, you could possibly obtain a universal unit. As you probably know, the low cost universal ones may not have the advanced programming functions, such as timed record. Perhaps a higher dollar one would. Beyond this, Ebay, Google search...

Posted on May 07, 2007

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