Question about Standard (CRT) Televisions
I repair these for a living and usually this is caused by the "tact switches" (buttons essentially) on the main pcb. This can be fixed easily by someone who is familiar with working with soldering small parts by changing the switches. The problem is most service shops must charge $60-$100 for bench time on a repair like this which is hard to spend with the replacement cost being so low on this product.
Posted on Dec 20, 2007
Tips for a great answer:
 Press the button of the device you want to
control (for example TV).
 If the device turns on, press another button,
to confirm (for example CHANNEL UP)
 If the device you selected (TV) responds,
you will not need to program the remote.
If the device you selected (TV) does
not respond, you will need to program
There are very rare RCA remotes, with Sylvania TV can be programmed. Just try the above codes with your present RCA remote control. If it does not help, buy the above model RCA universal remote. You will get code list and all other related documents, how to programme it or so, with the device you do purchase. OK.
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