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I have e Technics SU7100 CD player and the remote controller has gone faulty. The remote is a EUR64798. Where can i get a new genuine replacement or an alternative make which will operate the system.

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Hello: it may not be the remote that is at fault, the IR sensor on the player may be your problem. If the remote is in good condition then it is more then likely the Sensor on the player is bad. Any universal remote should be able to operate this unit, Just input the correct model codes for your peticular model. Or just have the sensor replace at a local repair shop. The sensors are very inexpensive only labor is the issue. Should not cost more then the value of the unit.

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