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First, there is no such thing as a 'universal' remote, even the 'learning' remotes will not learn from every original remote.
Second, for anyone to help you, you need to post both model numbers, the player's and the remotes.
Generally, if a remote is only even a little older than the player, it may not contain the code set for the player.
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.
I wish I had the code, but no. If it is forthcoming then it will be via
a hacker, or someone who gets lucky. I just got an email back from
lenoxx customer service (the guys who made the 1002 ... at least, the
one I have) and they have gone bankrupt: Date:
Tue Jan 1 01:05:58 2008
<Evergo@att.net> Sorry but Lenoxx Customer Service has closed due to bankrupcy.(sic)
too have a remote that no loger works; one of the components snappped
off (past repair) while my wife was simply changing tracks on a cd.
So, come on you hackers, there are people in need and as usual, we have no one else to turn to! email@example.com