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Before you throw any more money at this problem, have you considered that the problem might be with the Infra-red (IR) receiver in the TV?
Also, did you programme the correct codes for your Scott TV into the universal remote/s? If you can let me know the model number/s of the universal remote/s - and you still have them - I can probably verify the codes and the programming instructions.
Most of the time it is the Main Board in the TV that the sensor plugs into. They have had many issues with this Board causing this problem. To be sure, you will need to call a professional.
Hope this helps,
I bought my remote from remotes.com. The remote doesn't look like the original but it comes completely programmed to work with the tv. I took it out of the box and it works perfectly for every feature for $40 or so. I used it for about 2 seconds so I could "learn" the IR codes to my universal remote. But it worked perfect.
After I typed in "replacement TV remotes" into the Google searchbox, I received numerous hits. One website in particular (Remotes.com) , sells several replacement remotes for Techview TVs. Their tollfree number is 1-800-REMOTES.
The Techview company is no longer in business, which explains why it is not currently listed in the TV code booklets you used.