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Hello, We have the Rust-eze TV/DVD player (Model DTD1363-CAR) and installed a digital TV signal converter box, but we need to know what brand of TV/DVD player it is in order to program the converter remote. Or, if you know the traditional three digit code required for this process, it would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you, and we look forward to hearing from you soon.

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  • mazzymoo Mar 17, 2009

    Hi. My son broke the remote control and I bought a universal one but i need the make or code so I can use the remote control. can anyone help?

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Yes,must have the original remote.This tv was made for the Disney Corp. by some small tv company,unknown to the tv universial remotes makers.That why they,don't have a Disney Corp. tvs codes for the universal remotes.Try website like Remotes.com to buy an original remote.

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