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Following the instructions I have been able to program a Philips SRU4105WM/17 universal remote using the first Mitsubishi code from the code list. However, I had to have the universal remote "learn" the vcr/tv button function (I assigned it to the Exit button). Good thing I still have the original Mitsubishi remote:-) I haven't tried having the universal remote learn all the functions, such as Cancel, Counter Reset, Audio Function, Video Function etc. I could see if I'm able to program those, if you'd like. LMK if you have any other questions.
Check here for a similiar model: http://download.jazel.net/misc/filecache/3f/3fca776cb32a0a5f4402168c2ef88bbe_1071-ManualHSU448.pdf
You have the remote box? Most functions, clock/date set, channel add/delete and so on are done with the remote, and cannot be so done with the limited buttons on the VCR itself. Early VCRS (pre-90s) were setup with these VCR located buttons.
No I'm afraid not, you must have the remote to perform these functions. You can get a original replacement remote from here: http://www.remotes.com/remotes/servlet/rs?a=gmi&smodel=HSU575&brand_pn=MITSUBISHI_HSU575&mode=large&uid=11752605060460 Good Luck