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Remote wont respond display reads dr-1 - Toshiba RD-XS35 DVD Recorder/HDD Recorder

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hello inira. DR-1 and DR-3 are two separate but similar toshiba model types.
Your machine must offer both in that one machine. Your best bet is to replace the remote with a new original remote control.

here is a link where you can purchase one

http://www.replacementremotes.com/

Joe

Posted on Apr 29, 2011

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I bought mu D-R2 DVR without original remote. Got one GE universal and just set it up and got to the main menu.And this was my 1-st time to get there.Checking settings, I changed from DR-1 to DR-3 and...


hello inira. DR-1 and DR-3 are two separate but similar toshiba model types.
Your machine must offer both in that one machine. Your best bet is to replace the remote with a new original remote control.

here is a link where you can purchase one

http://www.replacementremotes.com/

Joe

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