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Look at link above, you could buy the original remote from e-bay for $25 plus get another vcr. Only two days left so act fast. Universal remotes - try a different one, other than that its going to be difficult. You could also buy another vcr that has its own remote from a thrift shop or craigslist.
There's either something wrong with your remote or there's a fault in the VCR perhaps in the section that gets the signals. Your best bet is to get a universal remote (you can get one in cheap shop outlets such as Poundland (UK). Once you have set it up it should work the video, if you can't get it to work then it is a fault on the VCR, and if it does work it, your old remote is knackerd. You can then buy a new replacement remote. Don't order a new Hitachi remote first, as they can be expensive, plus if it's the video you would wast cash.
All universal remotes work about the same. Try this. Here you go. This will work with most all universal remote controls. If you don't have the code do the following: Automatic Programming With automatic programming, the remote control tests all the codes available on the Code List and assigns the correct code for the selected device. Although this method can be more time-consuming, it eliminates the need to look up codes and enter them manually.
1. Turn off the device with which you want to use the remote control.
2. Press and hold the corresponding button on the remote control (TV, VCR, SAT, DVD, CAB or AUD) until POWER INDICATOR illuminates. It should take a couple of seconds for the light to remain solid. The remote control is in programming mode.
3. Press and release power button. The POWER INDICATOR flashes once and stays on indicating the unit is in Power Scan mode.
4. Press CHANNEL up or CHANNEL down repeatedly until the device turns on.
5. When the device turns on, press OK to store the code.
Note: • To exit without storing the code, press BACK. • T he unit will search for the next code or the previous code if you press CHANNEL up or CHANNEL down after the device turns on. (go slow you need to press OK when the TV turns on) if you mess up turn TV off and start over. 6. Press any other button. If the device responds, the remote control has been programmed. If the device does not respond, repeat steps 2-5.
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Unfortunately, many models are now without menu buttons. You will probably want to go to the Toshiba website and request a replacement remote, or try to find a remote that will work with all toshiba models.I don't recommend a universal one, only because they can sometimes be junk, if they are intended to control many different kinds of devices. You may want to try a single-device universal remote instead.
Afraid only the original remote will fix this. All universals and aftermarket remotes will not have the function you need. try going here www.vancebaldwin.com and use there remote finder and see if they have the one you need
I had the same problem when I got the TV from someone and I didnt have a remote. I went out and got a ONE FOR ALL remote and once I got it set up I had it in VCR mode and hit the AV button and now I can get to the channels. Hope it works for you.