I have a Sony SLV-N750 VCR and use the remote for it and for my KV-13M42 TV.
The TV function has suddenly stopped working. When this happened last time I entered a code and it worked again. I've lost that code. I checked the website and it says that I should hold down 1 plus enter 01. It didn't work.
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Re: Remote control code
That doesn't sound quite like the usual procedure for programming a
universal feature on a remote. Should have to put the remote in
TV mode, then press something to get it into programming mode, then put
in the code for your particular TV.
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The codes are to program the universal remote control to communicate with the Sony VCR. Try programming the universal remote using one of these: 60000 60032 60033 60035
The acceptance of the cassettes may not be related to the use of a universal remote control. If the URC doesn't have the "equivalent" functionality of the VCR's original remote control, you may not be able to use the URC to perform the functions of the original remote control.
There is line on all sides of remote that has locks that hold upper and lower cabinet of remote.
Take out batteries, insert any plastic card (credit card or ATM card etc) or flat head screw driver and turn it to release lock, move that card forward to release all locks and take off lower cabinet then circuit board.
Clean carbon coated switches on other side of circuit board with cotton bud dipped in alcohol etc, let it dry for some time and put things back in, put batteries and check it.
Below image will give you an idea about how to apart remote control.
If you have a video camera with a night vision setting, wait until dark, turn out the lights and turn the camera onto night vision and look the the remote. When you press the buttons on the remote does the small led transmitter on the front ligh up. If so the remote is working but possibly sending the incorrect signals.
Sounds dumb, but had the same problem. I removed the batteries and double-checked that I had placed them in their respective slots correctly. If in doubt, use a completely NEW set of bats. Use the best bats you can afford. Also make sure you are pointing/aiming at the VCR sensor straight on; possibly the front of your VCR case is dusty/dirty? Just lightly dust off. No detergents. Good luck.