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We would be happy to help you with that. Here is a list ofcodes that should address your DISH Network remote to your Emerson DVD/VCR combo unit: 588, 505, 506, 518, 534, 536.
Press and hold the DVD/VCR button located on the top of the remote until allthe mode buttons at the top of the remote light up, then release. Use thenumber buttons to enter one of the codes for your Emerson DVD/VCR combo unit, thenpress the pound (#) button. If the code entered is valid for the remote, themode light flashes three times. .To check that the code works try several different functions on the remote tomake sure it will properly operate your Emerson component. Keep in mind that somecodes may not be compatible with your equipment. If this is the case, pleasetry the other codes listed for that device until you find one that iscompatible with your equipment. We hope this helps and thank you forbeing a valued DISH Network customer!
Phillip Chang DISH Network Customer Service Representative
With most dvd/vcr combo units there is separate wiring. When I use my emerson combo unit I have it wired that I have to be on different inputs on my tv to view a dvd and a vhs. On some units the vcr portion is wired via a regular cable line, while the dvd portion is wired with the yellow, red, and white component cable. Try inserting a dvd and scrolling through your tv inputs until you find the picture or check your wiring to ensure nothing has come loose. If that has no result you could try wiring it differently if possible to eliminate that as a possibility.
I have new Panasonic DVD & Combo units stacked on top of each other and had the same problem, until last resort I read the manual and and easily changed the frequency on the DVD unit and remote, you can have up to 3 Panasonic units with different frequencys close to each other.