Our old nec was working, very well, good picture (nearly perfect), we even still have the original remote which works, but suddenly, without any warning - we have NO audio. there is only a slight slight white noise coming from the speakers. we hooked it up to the cable box (digital) and still there is NO sound.
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Visco is a value brand, originally built by mitsubishi/nec. When the major companies supercede their sets with newer models, they strip down the original design and put them up for contract to be marketed by third parties. Same basic guts as the polaroid sets. Directv lists a remote code, 10810, for these sets, so you should be able to buy a universal remote that will work this set. It would be much cheaper than trying to find an original remote.
So the remote that came with the TV was the RC-1077E?The only way you can get into the options you mentioned now is that you are going to have to use the buttons on the TV itself.They can be on any 1 of the four sides.I have seen them everywhere.We have to do the same with our JVC.They are pretty much the same button options as the original remote.Menu,volume,channel etc. Good luck! Greg
Not anymore. go to a tv repair shop and look for an older universal or maybe an original. the new ones won't work on this old stuff. however it might be your I.R. receiver failed. but i have seen this quite a bit lately. if it is more than 10 yrs, old there is a problem with some mfg. codes. and nec doesn't make tv's anymore.
l6. After you install a new lamp, select the lamp Usage icon and press and hold
the "Power On" button on the remote control for ten seconds to reset the
lamp time clock to zero.
NOTE: If resetting the lamp clock back to zero after 2100 hours of service,
press the "Power Off" (not "Power On") button on the remote control for ten
You will want to find a local servicer for an honest tech to come out and check for bad connections on boards. It will be hard to find someone for a 1972 unit and parts even harder. If you are near Cleveland, I can help
I am sorry you don't. You will need the original remote. I have enclosed a link where you can see the original remote and order one if you want to. If you see the picture, there is a caption button on the remote to turn on and off the closed captions Good Luck. Here is the link