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Yes,, you can easily purchase a new remote and have it work on that TV. In the packaging for the new remote you will find a piece of paper that contains the necessary remote codes for your TV. Follow the instructions provided with the remote and you are all set!
The uiversal remote companies pride themselves on working with any
TV. Many of them have an 800 number (should be right on the
package when you buy it) that will give assistance with TVs like
this. Most off brands are actually made by a name brand
maker and if you (tediously) try all the codes you should find one that
works at least the important features.
Hope ya fix it!
If you replaced the batteries and can turn on the TV manually, then the button is probably not making proper contact with the remote. Try opening up the remote and placing a small piece of tin foil where the power button is, close the remote up and it should work.
Hi, as the sets get older the codes for older models get deleted to make room in the remotes memory chip for the newer models, this is probably why none of the universals will work for you, post the model number found on the back cover of your tv & I`ll look it up to see if theres a sub or the original is still available, video-tek
Some remotes are proprietary to that set and the universals won't work. You should try and find one for your specific set. No code is necessary for the right remote they are default for you set. goggle tv remotes with your model number and you should find one. problem is most cost from $40 to $80