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Astar got sued by Philips and went out of business. Astar owned themselves rather then having a reproduction redesign of another set. They were a cheap Chinese company that made stuff for Compusa. I've repaired a couple of their sets and they're easy to work on but a little under built. So chances of matching the remote code up to another tv code will be left to guess and check. On some remotes you can enter a setup where you can press the power button over and over until you find the right one, then press another button such as enter or select to lock it in. See if your manual says anything about code search.
I heard that if you press the enter button for ten seconds, it will reset the remote, thus eliminating the problem. I have been using a universal remote and cannot seem to find the trick to make this work.
hey brother, I got the same problem with my TV same brand, same size, I can tell you that this company has too much problem here in california so they closed.1 month ago I went to the main office cause they are in my area. the problem is that there is no solution for this problem, no body say nothing. I been looking for some spare parts since april 2006. and nothing find. please if you find something could you please write to me. firstname.lastname@example.org martinez. and will search some places also.